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1971 




University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 



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International Programs and Studies, 309 lllini Tower, Champaign, Illinois 61820. 



Directory of Faculty with 
International Qualifications 



1971 




University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 



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PREFACE 



The increasing involvement of University of Illinois faculty in international 
research, teaching, and service has created a need for a listing of faculty 
members with international academic qualifications, experience, and 
interests. Therefore, in the spring of 1970 the Office of International 
Programs and Studies sent questionnaires to all faculty members on the 
Urbana-Champaign campus with the idea of compiling a Directory of 
Faculty with International Qualifications. 

The purpose of the Directory is broadly twofold: (1) to facilitate com- 
munication and cooperation among the increasing number of faculty 
members on and off campus with international interests, and (2) to provide 
information to concerned people in other universities, government, and 
foundations. 

The information contained in the Directory was obtained from ques- 
tionnaires completed by faculty members during the past six months. 
Faculty members teaching and/or conducting research or public service 
of an international nature were invited to complete the questionnaires. 
Some 450 faculty members responded and are listed herein. 

The Directory consists of three sections. The first section lists faculty 
members according to their geographic experience and interest. The second 
section lists faculty members according to their department or unit affilia- 
tion. The third section lists them alphabetically and contains resumes of 
their education, professional experience, research interests, languages, pub- 
lications, and other items pertinent to their international academic 
qualifications. 

The Directory is not meant to provide complete accounts of each per- 
son's life. In many cases long lists of publications had to be reduced to 
one or two items. Some respondents were far too modest concerning their 
experience and qualifications. In this the first edition of the Directory, some 
who should have been included have probably been omitted. 

The Office of International Programs and Studies would appreciate 
receiving any comments, corrections, or suggestions for improvement. 



Special thanks are due to Professor Barbara A. Yates, Associate Director 
of International Programs and Studies, who supervised the preparation of 
the Directory, to Mrs. Donna Ferguson, Editorial Assistant, who meticu- 
lously prepared the copy, and to Mrs. Sue Todd and Mrs. Linda Johnson 
who typed with accuracy and skill the many necessary drafts. 




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George K. Brinegar, Director 
International Programs and Studies 



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES CONCERNED 
WITH INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES 



UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION 

David Dodds Henry, President 

Lyle H. Lanier, Executive Vice-President and Provost 
Herbert O. Farber, Vice-President and Comptroller 
Eldon L. Johnson, Vice-President 

URBANA-CHAMPAIGN CAMPUS ADMINISTRATION 

Jack W. Peltason, Chancellor of the Urbana-Champaign Campus 
John W. Briscoe, Vice-Chancellor for Administrative Affairs 
Herbert E. Carter, Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs 
George T. Frampton, Vice-Chancellor for Campus Affairs 
George K. Brinegar, Director of International Programs and Studies 

COLLEGES (URBANA-CHAMPAIGN) 

College of Agriculture 

Orville G. Bentley, Dean 
International Agricultural Programs 

Wilbur D. Buddemeier, Director 
Institute of Aviation 

Ralph E. Flexman, Director 
College of Commerce and Business Administration 

Vernon K. Zimmerman, Acting Dean 
College of Communications 

Theodore B. Peterson, Dean 
College of Education 

J. Myron Atkin, Dean 
International Programs in Education 

Barbara A. Yates, Director 
College of Engineering 

Daniel C. Drucker, Dean 
College of Fine and Applied Arts 

Allen S. Weller, Dean 



Graduate College 

Daniel Alpert, Dean 
Institute of Government and Public Affairs 

Samuel K. Gove, Director 
Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations 

Melvin Rothbaum, Director 
College of Law 

John E. Cribbet, Dean 
Graduate and International Legal Studies 

Peter Hay, Director 

Peter B. Maggs, Acting Director 
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Robert W. Rogers, Dean 
Library and Graduate School of Library Science 

Robert B. Downs, Dean of Library Administration 
School of Basic Medical Sciences 

Daniel K. Bloom field, Dean 
College of Physical Education 

King J. MgCristal, Dean 
Jane Addams Graduate School of Social Work 

Mark P. Hale, Director 
Division of University Extension 

Stanley S. Robinson, Dean 
College of Veterinary Medicine 

L. Meyer Jones, Dean 

SPECIALIZED INTERNATIONAL UNITS (URBANA-CHAMPAIGN) 

Office of International Programs and Studies 

George K. Brinegar, Director 

Vernon K. Zimmerman, Associate Director 

Barbara A. Yates, Associate Director 

Christopher G. Duffy, Assistant Director 

Thomas A. McCowen, Assistant Director 
Center for International Comparative Studies 

Joseph B. Casagrande, Director 

Robert E. Scott, Acting Director and Associate Director 
Office of Foreign Student Affairs 

Bernard L. Meyerson, Director 
Office of Overseas Projects 

Robert W. Jugenheimer, Director 

Thomas A. McCowen, Associate Director 
Special Services for Foreign Visitors 

Robert W. Jugenheimer, Director 
Students Abroad Office 

Christopher G. Duffy, Director 



Tehran Research Unit, Iran 

C. Ernest Dawn, Campus Coordinator 
Edward Sullivan, Director in Iran 

Area Studies Centers 

African Studies Committee 

Victor C. Uchendu, Director 
Center for Asian Studies 

Robert B. Crawford, Director 

Harold A. Gould, Coordinator of Research 
Center for Latin-American Studies 

Carl W. Deal, Acting Director 

Joseph L. Love, Director of Research 
Russian and East European Center 

Ralph T. Fisher Jr., Director, and Director of Research 

Functional Units 

Business Education Project in Tunisia 

Vernon K. Zimmerman, Campus Coordinator 

H. Peter Holzer, Chief of Party in Tunisia 
Center for Comparative Psycholinguistics 

Charles E. Osgood, Director 
Center for International Education and Research in Accounting 

Vernon K. Zimmerman, Director 
Crop Evolution Laboratory 

Jack R. Harlan, Director 
Curriculum Laboratory 

Russell E. Zwoyer, Acting Director 
Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University 

Wilbur D. Buddemeier, Campus Program Coordinator 

Morell B. Russell, Chief of Party in India 
Njala University College 

Joseph Kastelic, Campus Program Coordinator 

Russell T. Odell, Chief of Party in Sierra Leone 
Program for International Research, Improvement, and Development of Soybeans 

Earl R. Leng, Director 
Project for Infant Development 

J. McVicker Hunt, Director 
Strategies for Agricultural Development 

Wilbur D. Buddemedzr, Program Director 
Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University 

Wilbur D. Buddemedzr, Campus Program Coordinator 

Roland R. Renne, Chief of Party in India 

Study Abroad Programs (Urbana-Champaign) 

Architecture Year in France 

Professor Harold C. Young 



CIC Summer Program in Mexico 

Professor Merlin H. Forster 
Elementary Education Semester in England 

Professor Theodore Manolakes 
Engineering Junior Year in Germany 

Dean Howard L. Wakeland 
Engineering-Science-Architecture Summer Work Experience Abroad 

Dean Howard L. Wakeland 
Illinois and Iowa Year Abroad Program in France 

Professor Gabriel Savignon 
Master of Arts in the Teaching of English as a Second Language Internship in 
Puerto Rico and Iran 

Professor Katharine O. Aston 
Recreation and Park Administration Semester in England 

Professor George A. Lowrey, Jr. 
Science and Mathematics Education Internships in Puerto Rico 

Professor Kenneth J. Travers 
Year Abroad Program in Austria 

Professor Rudolph Shdzr 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PREFACE i 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES CONCERNED WITH INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES iii 

GEOGRAPHIC LISTING 1 

DEPARTMENT AND UNIT LISTING 21 

ALPHABETICAL LISTING 31 



GEOGRAPHIC LISTING 



The geographic tabulation beginning on page 3 lists contributors to this 
Directory according to their areas of interest in the world. Each faculty 
member is listed under the geographical region in which he has indicated 
experience. Except for Europe which has only two divisions, a contributor 
indicating experience in three or more regions of one continent is listed 
under the general category of that continent. The following list outlines 
which countries are in each region. These geographic divisions were estab- 
lished arbitrarily in an effort to promote clarity. 

If a contributor indicates experience in four or more continents, he is 
listed under the heading International. For more detailed geographical 
information, refer to the contributor's alphabetical entry. 



AFRICA 



Central Africa 




Somalia 


South-West Africa 


Angola 




Tanzania 


Republic of South Africa 


Cameroun 




Uganda 




Central African 

Chad 

Gabon 

Malawi 

Mozambique 


Republic 


North Africa 

Algeria 

Libya 

Morocco 


West Africa 

Dahomey 

Gambia 

Ghana 

Guinea 

Ivory Coast 

Liberia 

Mali 

Mauritania 

Niger 

Nigeria 


Republic of the 
(Brazzaville) 


Congo 


Sudan 
Tunisia 


Republic of the 


Congo 


United Arab Republic 


(Kinshasa) 
Zambia 

East Africa 




South Africa 

Botswana 


Burundi 




Lesotho 


Senegal 


Ethiopia 




Malagasy 


Sierra Leone 


Kenya 




Rhodesia 


Togo 


Rwanda 




Swaziland 


Upper Volta 


ASIA 








Central Asia 




East Asia 


Korea 


Afghanistan 




China 


Ryuku Islands 


Mongolia 




Hong Kong 


Taiwan 


Tibet 




Japan 





South Asia 


Indonesia 


Ceylon 


Laos 


India 


Malaysia 


Nepal 


Philippines 


Pakistan 


Singapore 




Thailand 


Southeast Asia 


Vietnam 


Burma 


Middle East 


Cambodia 


Cyprus 



Iran 

Iraq 

Israel 

Jordan 

Lebanon 

Saudi Arabia 

Syria 

Turkey 

Yemen 



CANADA 



EUROPE 



Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. Belgium 



Albania 

Bulgaria 

Czechoslovakia 

Hungary 

Poland 

Romania 

U.S.S.R. 

Yugoslavia 

Western Europe 

Austria 



Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Iceland 

Ireland 

Italy 

Luxemburg 

Netherlands 

Norway 



Portugal 
Spain 
Sweden 
Switzerland 
United Kingdom 



LATIN AMERICA 



Caribbean 

Cuba 

Dominican Republic 

Haiti 

Jamaica 

Puerto Rico 

Trinidad 

Virgin Islands 

Central America 

Costa Rica 



El Salvador 

Guatemala 

Honduras 

Mexico 

Nicaragua 

Panama 

South America 

Argentina 

Bolivia 

Brazil 



Chile 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Paraguay 

Peru 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 



SOUTHWEST PACIFIC 



Australia 
New Guinea 
New Zealand 
Oceania 

INTERNATIONAL 



Four or more areas 



AFRICA 

Africa (General) 

Brown, Roger K., Secondary and Continuing Education 

Due, Jean M., Agricultural Economics 

Due, John F., Economics 

Gershem, Martin, Journalism 

Halcrow, Harold G., Agricultural Economics 

Jugenheimer, Robert W., Agronomy, Office of Overseas Projects 

Rodda, Errol D., Agricultural Engineering 

Central Africa 

Bock, Peter G., Political Science 
Keller, Charles M., Anthropology 
Odell, Russell T., Agronomy 

Uchendu, Victor C, African Studies Committee, Anthropology 
Yates, Barbara A., History and Philosophy of Education, Office of International 
Programs and Studies, International Programs in Education 

East Africa 

Alexander, Charles S., Geography 

Finney, Ross L., Mathematics 

McHenry, Dean E., Political Science 

Quick, Charles W., Law 

Saltarelli, Mario, Linguistics, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 

Suppe, Frederick R., Philosophy 

Uchendu, Victor C, African Studies Committee, Anthropology 

Yu, George T., Asian Studies, Political Science 

North Africa 

Dunn, S. Watson, Advertising 

Engelgau, Gary R., Office of Admissions and Records 

Ferris, Deam H., Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene, Veterinary Research and 

Extension 
Foster, Fred W., Geography 

Hay, Peter, Law, Office of Graduate and International Legal Studies 
Hursh, Laurence M., Health Science 
Lanford, Samuel T., Architecture 

Leach, James L., Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 
Notaras, Alexander, Architecture 

O'Connor, John A., Extension in Music (Division of University Extension) 
Patton, Donald J., Business Administration 
Richards, Claire L., Music 
Riley, Jack, Naval Science 
Ringer, Alexander L., Music 

Rockwood, Walter G., Agricultural Communications 
Rosen, Lawrence, Anthropology 
Sameh, Amhed H., Computer Science 
Zimmerman, Vernon K., Accountancy, Center for International Education and 

Research in Accounting, Office of International Programs and Studies 



South Africa 

Johnson, Eldon L., Vice-President of the University 
Keller, Charles M., Anthropology 

West Africa 

Ashmore, Constance M., Library 

Bentley, Orville G., College of Agriculture, Animal Science 

Boston, Raymond J., Journalism 

Boston, William D., Animal Science 

Carozzi, Albert V., Geology 

Douglass, Edward F., Radio and Television 

Finney, Ross L., Mathematics 

Gardner, Karl E., College of Agriculture, Dairy Science 

Harms, Alfred G., Agricultural Economics 

Harshbarger, Kenneth E., Dairy Science 

Hodges, William W., Agricultural Engineering 

Johnson, Eldon L., Vice-President of the University 

Karnes, M. Ray, Vocational and Technical Education 

Karr, Gerald L., Agricultural Economics 

Kastelic, Joseph, Animal Science, International Agricultural Programs 

Kellogg, Earl D., Agricultural Economics 

Kim, Chin W., Linguistics 

Kurtz, Lester T., Agronomy 

Leveille, Gilbert A., Animal Science 

McCowen, Thomas A., Office of International Programs and Studies, Office of 

Overseas Projects 
Melsted, Sigurd W., Agronomy 

Meyerson, Bernard L., Office of Foreign Student Affairs 
Mutti, R. Joseph, Agricultural Economics 
Notaras, Alexander, Architecture 
Odell, Russell T., Agronomy 

Peshkin, Alan J., History and Philosophy of Education 
Quick, Charles W., Law 

Rockwood, Walter G., Agricultural Communications 
Rosen, Stanley, Labor and Industrial Relations 
Salcedo, Rodolfo N., Agricultural Communications 
Schildkrout, Enid, Anthropology 

Sofranko, Andrew J., Agricultural Economics, Sociology 
Stahlke, Herbert F., Linguistics 
Thompson, William N., Agricultural Economics 
Thorne, Marlowe D., Agronomy 
Touchberry, Robert W., Dairy Science 
Uche, Chukwudum, Sociology 

Uchendu, Victor C, African Studies Committee, Anthropology 
Walker, William M., Agronomy 

ASIA 

Central Asia 

Hussey, Mary A., English 



Scoville, James G., Economics, Labor and Industrial Relations 
Shorish, M. Mobin, History and Philosophy of Education 

East Asia 

Broudy, Harry S., History and Philosophy of Education 

Cairns, Stewart S., Mathematics 

Chang, Richard F., Asian Studies 

Cheng, Chin-Chaun, Asian Studies, Linguistics 

Crawford, Robert B., Asian Studies, History 

Crissman, Lawrence W., Anthropology 

Dkon, Rebecca G., English 

Eastman, Lloyd E., History 

Erlanger, Margaret, Dance 

Fisher, Robert N., Art 

Flanagan, John T., English 

Fraenkel, Gottfried S., Entomology 

Garman, Phillips L., Labor and Industrial Relations 

Hager, Lowell P., Biochemistry 

Hansen, Edwin L., Agriculture Engineering 

Heinrichs, Waldo H., History 

Jacobs, Norman G., Asian Studies, Sociology 

Karsh, Bernard, Labor and Industrial Relations, Sociology 

Kau, Ying-mao, Center for Advanced Study, Asian Studies 

Kesler, Clyde E., Civil Engineering, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 

Kim, Bok-lim C, Social Work 

Kim, Chin W., Asian Studies, Linguistics 

Makino, Seiichi, Asian Studies, Linguistics 

McCawley, Christina W., Library 

McCloy, Robert W., Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering 

Morrow, Jo Dean, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 

MUNAKATA, KlYOHIKO, Art 

O'Connor, John A., Extension in Music (Division of University Extension) 

Pierson, John D., History 

Plath, David W., Anthropology 

Runge, Edward C. A., Agronomy 

Salamon, Myron B., Physics 

Schran, Peter, Asian Studies, Economics 

Smith, Ralph A., Bureau of Educational Research, History and Philosophy of 

Education 
Soo, Shao L., Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Nuclear Engineering 
Taira, Koji, Economics, Labor and Industrial Relations 
Triandis, Harry C, Labor and Industrial Relations, Psychology 
Unno, Taitetsu, Asian Studies, History 
Wang, Henry T., Library 
Wechsler, Howard J., History 
Wein stein, Martin E., Political Science 
Weisenberg, Joseph O., Business Management 
Wolff, Ernst, Library 
Yeh, Kung C, Electrical Engineering 



Yeung, Patrick, Economics 

Yu, George T., Asian Studies, Political Science 

South Asia 

Aggarwal, Narindar K., Library 

Bartle, Robert G., Mathematics 

Beamer, Paul D., Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene, Veterinary Research and 
Extension 

Behrens, John H., Agricultural Communications 

Bentley, Orville G., College of Agriculture, Animal Science 

Bitzer, Donald L., Computer-Based Education Research Laboratory, Electrical 
Engineering 

Brukman, Jan, Anthropology 

Bryan, Harold S., Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene 

Buddemeier, Wilbur D., Agricultural Economics, College of Agriculture, Inter- 
national Agricultural Programs 

Byers, John H., Dairy Science 

Cohen, Stephen P., Asian Studies, Political Science 

Dayton, Daniel F., Horticulture 

Dean, Jeannette B., Home Economics Extension 

DeLong, Charles C, Accountancy, Business Affairs Office 

Fehrenbacher, Joe B., Agronomy 

Fett, Gilbert H., Electrical Engineering 

Fliegel, Frederick C, Agricultural Economics, Sociology 

Fraenkel, Gottfried S., Entomology 

Gardner, Karl E., College of Agriculture, Dairy Science 

Gingrich, Joseph R., Agronomy 

Gould, Harold A., Anthropology 

Gould, Ketayun H., Social Work 

Govindjee, Botany, Physiology and Biophysics 

Gurfinkel, German R., Civil Engineering 

Halcrow, Harold G., Agricultural Economics 

Harms, Alfred G., Agricultural Economics 

Hay, Ralph C, Agricultural Engineering 

Herdt, Robert W., Agricultural Economics 

Hittle, Carl N., Agronomy 

Holcomb, John M., Agricultural Economics 

Hursh, Laurence M., Health Science 

Jacobs, Norman G., Asian Studies, Sociology 

Johnson, William, Physical Education 

Jugenheimer, Robert W., Agronomy, Office of Overseas Projects 

Kachru, Braj B., Linguistics 

Kachru, Yamuna, English, Linguistics, Asian Studies 

Kellogg, Earl D., Agricultural Economics 

Lanford, Samuel T., Architecture 

Langhaar, Henry L., Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 

Lanham, Frank B., Agricultural Engineering 

Leach, James L., Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 

Lehman, Frederic K., Anthropology, Linguistics 

Leng, Earl R., Agronomy, International Agricultural Programs 



Lozar, Charles C, Architecture 

Luckmann, William H., Agricultural Entomology 

Matsuura, Richard M., Agronomy 

Matthews, John \V., Agricultural Engineering 

Maurer, Robert J., Physics 

Maxwell, William E., Bureau of Educational Research, Sociology 

McCowen, Thomas A., Office of International Programs and Studies, Office of 

Overseas Projects 
McGlamery, Marshal D., Agronomy 
Mistry, Sorab P., Animal Science 
Ormiston, Emmett E., Dairy Science 
Page, Thomas, Political Science 
Pendleton, Johnny W., Agronomy 
Peshkin, Alan J., History and Philosophy of Education 
Ray, Burton W., Agronomy 
Read, Hadley, Agricultural Communications 
Regnier, Earl H., Recreation and Park Administration 
Robison, Andrew C, Philosophy 
Rodda, Errol D., Agricultural Engineering 
Salisbury, Glenn W., Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture, 

Dairy Science 
Scott, John T., Jr., Agricultural Economics 
Seyfarth, Francis, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 
Simon, Rita J., Institute of Communications Research, Sociology 
Sinclair, James B., Plant Pathology 
Smith, Cecil D., College of Agriculture 
Stern, Jacob, Vocational and Technical Education 
Suppe, Frederick R., Philosophy 
Swing, Jack H., Architecture 
Taylor, Donald P., Plant Pathology 
Thompson, Anson E., Horticulture 
Thompson, John, Geography 
Thompson, William N., Agricultural Economics 
Thorne, Marlowe D., Agronomy 
Tikku, Girdharilal T., Asian Studies 

Triandis, Harry C, Labor and Industrial Relations, Psychology 
Webb, Robert J., Agricultural Experiment Station, Animal Science Extension 
Werner, Louis, Philosophy 
Wiebe, Paul D., Sociology 

Williams, Sheldon W., Agricultural Economics 
Wortis, Michael, Physics 

Southeast Asia 

Ayal, Eliezer B., Economics 

Bentley, Orville G., College of Agriculture, Animal Science 

Brown, Richard E., Dairy Science 

Bruner, Edward M., Center for Advanced Study, Anthropology 

Converse, George A., Mathematics 

Crissman, Lawrence W., Anthropology 

Cunningham, Clark E., Anthropology 



Desmond, John J., Engineering Experiment Station 

Douglas, Stephen A., Political Science 

Due, John F., Economics 

Easley, John A., Jr., Elementary Education 

Fehrenbagher, Joe B., Agronomy 

Frankel, Marvin, Economics 

Gershem, Martin, Journalism 

Gingrich, Joseph R., Agronomy 

Harshbarger, Kenneth E., Dairy Science 

Hodges, William W., Agricultural Engineering 

Jacobs, Norman G., Asian Studies, Sociology 

Karsh, Bernard, Sociology, Labor and Industrial Relations 

Kastelic, Joseph, Animal Science, International Agricultural Programs 

Lehman, Frederic K., Anthropology, Linguistics 

Leveille, Gilbert A., Animal Science 

Levine, Norman D., Center for Human Ecology, Veterinary Pathology and Hy- 
giene, Zoology 

Lozar, Charles C, Architecture 

Maxwell, William E., Bureau of Educational Research, Sociology 

Meyerson, Bernard L., Office of Foreign Student Affairs 

Ronquillo, Maria C. R., Zoology 

Ross, Harold M., Anthropology 

Salcedo, Rodolfo N., Agricultural Communications 

Salisbury, Glenn W., Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture, 
Dairy Science 

Scott, John T., Jr., Agricultural Economics 

Thompson, Anson E., Horticulture 

Zuidema, Reiner T., Anthropology, Center for Advanced Study 

Middle East 

Aggarwal, Narindar K., Library 

Ayal, Eliezer B., Economics 

Bock, Peter G., Political Science 

Brown, Roger K., Secondary and Continuing Education 

Dawn, C. Ernest, History, Tehran Research Unit 

DeLong, Charles C, Accountancy, Business Affairs Office 

Derber, Milton, Labor and Industrial Relations 

Drake, John W., Microbiology 

Drucker, Daniel C, Civil Engineering, College of Engineering 

Ferris, Deam H., Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene, Veterinary Research and 

Extension 
Foster, Fred W., Geography 

Gardner, Karl E., College of Agriculture, Dairy Science 
Gershem, Martin, Journalism 
Grossman, Michael, Dairy Science 
Guither, Harold D., Agricultural Economics 
Hansen, Edwin L., Agricultural Engineering 
Hay, William W., Geology 
Heinrichs, Waldo H., History 
Hunt, J. MgVicker, Educational Psychology, Psychology 



Hursh, Laurence M., Health Science 

Karsh, Bernard, Labor and Industrial Relations, Sociology 

Leach, James L., Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 

Maehr, Martin L., Educational Psychology 

Melsted, Sigurd W., Agronomy 

Nettl, Bruno, Anthropology, Music 

Read, Hadley, Agricultural Communications 

Riley, Jack, Naval Science 

Ringer, Alexander L., Music 

Rolland, Paul, Music 

Shoemaker, Hurst H., Zoology 

Shorish, M. Mobin, History and Philosophy of Education 

Simon, Julian L., Business Administration, Economics 

Simon, Rita J., Institute of Communications Research, Sociology 

Stallings, William M., Educational Psychology 

Sullwan, Jeremiah D., Physics 

Taira, Koji, Economics, Labor and Industrial Relations 

Taylor, Donald P., Plant Pathology 

Tikku, Girdharilal T., Asian Studies 

Weber, Gregorio, Biochemistry 

Weichsel, Paul M., Mathematics 

Wolfowitz, Jacob, Mathematics 

Zeigler, Earle F., Physical Education 

Zgusta, Ladislav, Center for Advanced Study, Linguistics 

CANADA 

Alexander, Charles S., Geography 

Brichford, Maynard J., Library 

Burnett, Jacquetta H., Bureau of Educational Research 

Carroll, Robert W., Mathematics 

Dunn, S. Watson, Advertising 

Fehrenbacher, Joe B., Agronomy 

Garland, John H., Geography 

Guback, Thomas H., Institute of Communications Research, Journalism 

Guither, Harold D., Agricultural Economics 

Guttenberg, Albert Z., Urban and Regional Planning 

Jakobovits, Leon A., Psychology 

Johnson, William, Physical Education 

Jones, Barclay G., Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Nuclear Engineering 

Klein, George D., Geology 

Lahey, James F., Geography 

Malpass, Roy S., Psychology 

Regnier, Earl H., Recreation and Park Administration 

Robinson, Gertrude J., Sociology 

Runge, Edward C. A., Agronomy 

Soo, Shao L., Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Nuclear Engineering 

Travers, Kenneth J., Secondary and Continuing Education 

Whitten, Norman E., Jr., Anthropology 

Zagorski, Edward J., Art 

Zeigler, Earle F., Physical Education 



EUROPE 

Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

Alexander, Denton E., Agronomy 

Bartle, Robert G., Mathematics 

Beck, Paul A., Metallurgy and Mining Engineering 

Bergethon, Bjornar, Music 

Bristol, Evelyn C, Slavic Languages and Literatures 

Britsky, Nicholas, Art 

Cafourek, Vaclau, Architecture 

Carroll, Robert W., Mathematics 

Chato, John C, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 

Curran, Michael A., Slavic Languages and Literatures 

DeMaris, E. Joe, Accountancy 

Dovring, Folke, Agricultural Economics 

Dunatov, Rasio, Slavic Languages and Literatures 

Dunn, Floyd, Electrical Engineering, Physiology and Biophysics 

Fellmann, Jerome D., Geography 

Fisher, Ralph T., Jr., History, Russian and East European Center 

Flanagan, John T., English 

Gara, Lily C, Library 

Garvey, John C, Music 

Gladney, Frank Y., Linguistics, Slavic Languages and Literatures 

Goodman, William L, Urban and Regional Planning 

Hay, Peter, Office of Graduate and International Legal Studies, Law 

Hill, Steven P., Slavic Languages and Literatures 

Hitchins, Keith A., History 

Hodgman, Donald R., Economics 

Iribarne, Louis, Slavic Languages and Literatures 

Jensen, Jay W., Journalism 

Klein, Kurt A., Slavic Languages and Literatures 

Knight, Frank B., Mathematics 

Leng, Earl R., Agronomy, International Agricultural Programs 

Maggs, Peter B., Law, Office of Graduate and International Legal Studies 

Manolakes, Theodore, Elementary Education 

McCawley, Christina W., Library 

McKay, John P., History 

Merkelo, Henry, Electrical Engineering 

Millar, James R., Economics 

Miller, Robert F., Political Science 

Pachmuss, Temira A., Slavic Languages and Literatures 

Ransel, David L., History 

Ringer, Alexander L., Music 

Robinson, Clark S., Physics 

Robinson, Gertrude J., Sociology 

Rolland, Paul, Music 

Saltarelli, Mario, Linguistics, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese 

Shorish, M. Mobin, History and Philosophy of Education 

Uroff, Benjamin, History 



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Zagorski, Edward J., Art 

Zgusta, Ladislav, Center for Advanced Study, Linguistics 

Western Europe 

Aiex, Anoar, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 

Aldridge, A. Owen, Comparative Literature 

Alexander, Harold H., Home Economics 

Altstetter, Carl V., Metallurgy and Mining Engineering 

Applebee, Roger K., English, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Arnstein, Walter L., History 

Atkin, J. Myron, College of Education, Elementary Education 

Bartle, Robert G., Mathematics 

Beck, Paul A., Metallurgy and Mining Engineering 

Bergethon, Bjornar, Music 

Berndt, Bruce C, Mathematics 

Berry, Lloyd E., Administration (Urbana-Champaign Campus), English 

Bock, Peter G., Political Science 

Bohrer, Robert E., Mathematics 

Boston, Raymond J., Journalism 

Bowen, Barbara C, French 

Bowes, George, Agronomy 

Brems, Hans J., Center for Advanced Study, Economics 

Britsky, Nicholas, Art 

Burdette, Mary M., Music 

Cafourek, Vaclau, Architecture 

Cairns, Stewart S., Mathematics 

Carozzi, Albert V., Geology 

Carroll, Robert W., Mathematics 

Chato, John C, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 

Cohen, Stephen P., Political Science 

Costin, Frank, Psychology 

Costonis, John J., Law 

Cribbet, John E., Law 

Crowley, Joseph M., Electrical Engineering 

Cunningham, Clark E., Anthropology 

DeLey, Herbert C, French 

DeLong, Charles C, Accountancy, Business Affairs Office 

Derber, Milton, Labor and Industrial Relations 

Deschamps, Georges A., Electrical Engineering 

Dovring, Folke, Agricultural Economics 

Drake, John W., Microbiology 

Drucker, Dandzl C, Civil Engineering, College of Engineering 

Due, Jean M., Agricultural Economics 

Dunn, Floyd, Electrical Engineering, Physiology and Biophysics 

Dunn, S. Watson, Advertising 

Dziuk, Philip J., Animal Science 

Easley, John A., Jr., Elementary Education 

Eckert, Charles A., Biochemistry 



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Erickson, Herman, Division of University Extension, Labor and Industrial 

Relations 
Erlanger, Margaret, Dance 
Fenves, Steven J., Civil Engineering 
Ferris, Deam H., Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene, Veterinary Research and 

Extension 
Fields, A. Belden, Political Science 
Fisher, Robert N., Art 
Flanagan, John T., English 
Fossum, Robert M., Mathematics 
Foster, Fred W., Geography 
Fraenkel, Gottfried S., Entomology 
Francis, George K., Mathematics 
Frankel, Marvin, Economics 
Garland, John H., Geography 

Garman, Phillips L., Labor and Industrial Relations 
Garrigus, Upson S., Animal Science 
Garvey, John C, Music 
Gillespie, Robert W., Economics 
Goldstein, Ladislas, Electrical Engineering 
Goodman, William L, Urban and Regional Planning 
Govindjee, Botany, Physiology and Biophysics 
Gray, John W., Mathematics 

Guback, Thomas H., Institute of Communications Research, Journalism 
Guttenberg, Albert Z., Urban and Regional Planning 
Hageman, Richard H., Agronomy 
Hager, Lowell P., Biochemistry 
Haight, Gilbert P., Chemistry 
Handler, Paul, Electrical Engineering, Physics 

Hay, Peter, Office of Graduate and International Legal Studies, Law 
Hay, William W., Geology 

Hershberg, David R., Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 
Hirsgh, Jerry, Psychology, Zoology 
Hitchins, Keith A., History 
Hittle, Carl N., Agronomy 
Hodgman, Donald R., Economics 
Hohn, Franz E., Mathematics 
Holland, I. Irving, Forestry 
Holzer, Siegfried M., Civil Engineering 
Hunt, Donnell R., Agricultural Engineering 
Hunt, J. McVicker, Educational Psychology, Psychology 
Itzin, Francis H., Social Work 
Johnson, Robert E., Physiology and Biophysics 
Johnson, William, Physical Education 

Jones, Barclay G., Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Nuclear Engineering 
Jones, L. Meyer, College of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Physiology and 

Pharmacology 
Jost, Franqois, Comparative Literature, French 
Judge, George G., Agricultural Economics, Economics 



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Jugenheimer, Robert W., Agronomy, Office of Overseas Projects 

Kachru, Braj B., Linguistics 

Kachru, Yamuna, Asian Studies, English, Linguistics 

Kaplan, Samuel, Microbiology 

Katz, Lilian G., Elementary Education 

Kaufman, Anthony D., English 

Kesler, Clyde E., Civil Engineering, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 

Klein, George D., Geology 

Kolb, Philip, French 

Korst, Helmut H., Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 

Lanford, Samuel T., Architecture 

Lazarus, David, Physics 

Leng, Earl R., Agronomy, International Agricultural Programs 

Lewis, Edward G., Political Science 

Longstreet, Wilma S., Secondary and Continuing Education 

Lozar, Charles C, Architecture 

Maurer, Robert J., Physics 

McKay, John P., History 

McPherson, William H., Economics, Labor and Industrial Relations 

Mechtly, Eugene A., Electrical Engineering 

Meehan, Thomas C, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 

Merkelo, Henry, Electrical Engineering 

Merritt, Richard L., Institute of Communications Research, Political Science 

Millington, Richard J., Agronomy 

Mistry, Sorab P., Animal Science 

Mitchell, Richard E., History 

Muehling, Arthur J., Agricultural Engineering 

Nachtmann, Francis W., French 

Neal, Larry D., Economics 

Nettl, Bruno, Anthropology, Music 

Nichols, J. Alden, History 

Nievergelt, Jurg, Computer Science 

Noble, Yvonne, English 

Notaras, Alexander, Architecture 

O'Connor, John A., Extension in Music (Division of University Extension) 

Parrish, John B., Economics 

Pasquardzllo, Anthony M., Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 

Peck, N. Tenney, Mathematics 

Pond, Charles P., Physical Education 

Porqueras-Mayo, Alberto, Center for Advanced Study, Spanish, Italian, and 

Portuguese 
Preto-Rodas, Richard A., Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 
Prosser, C. Ladd, Physiology and Biophysics 
Queller, Donald E., History 
Rae, Edwin C, Art 
Ransel, David L., History 
Rasmusen, Benjamin A., Animal Science 
Reisner, Ralph, Law 



Richards, Claire L., Music 
Riley, Jack, Naval Science 
Ristic, Miodrag, Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene, Veterinary Research and 

Extension 
Robison, Andrew C, Philosophy 
Salisbury, Glenn W., Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture, 

Dairy Science 
Saltarelli, Mario, Linguistics, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 
Sapora, Allen V., Recreation and Park Administration 
Schacht, Richard L., Philosophy 

Schoenfeld, Hanns-Martin W., Accountancy, Business Administration 
Schran, Peter, Asian Studies, Economics 
Schroeder, Paul W., History 
Schroepfer, George J., Jr., Biochemistry 
Scott, Robert E., Center for International Comparative Studies, Political 

Science 
Scoville, James C, Economics, Labor and Industrial Relations 
Segre, Diego, Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene 
Shapiro, Michael, English 

Sherwood, Bruce A., Computer-Based Education Research Laboratory, Physics 
Smalley, Donald A., English 

Soo, Shao L., Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Nuclear Engineering 
Spitze, Robert G. F., Agricultural Engineering 
Spodek, Bernard, Elementary Education 
Sprenkle, Case M., Economics 
Stone, Victor J., Law 
Sullivan, Jeremiah D., Physics 
Sumler, David E., History 

Sybesma, Christiaan, Botany, Physiology and Biophysics 
Taira, Koji, Economics, Labor and Industrial Relations 
Talbot, Emile J., French 
Tikku, Girdharilal T., Asian Studies 
Touchberry, Robert W., Dairy Science 
Trexler, Richard C, History 

Triandis, Harry C, Labor and Industrial Relations, Psychology 
Twardock, A. Robert, Physiology and Biophysics, Veterinary Physiology and 

Pharmacology 
Unwin, Stephen J. F., Advertising 
Uroff, Benjamin, History 
Vandendries, Rene I., Economics 

van Es, Johannes C, Agricultural Economics, Sociology 
Weber, Gregorio, Biochemistry 
Weichsel, Paul M., Mathematics 

White, Robert A., Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 
Witz, Klaus A., Mathematics 
Wolff, Ernst, Library 
Wolfowitz, Jacob, Mathematics 
Wortis, Michael, Physics 
Young, Harold C, Architecture 



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Yu, George T., Asian Studies, Political Science 

Zeigler, Earle F., Physical Education 

Ziff, Howard M., Journalism 

Ziff, Jerrold, Art 

Zgusta, Ladislav, Center for Advanced Study, Linguistics 

Zimmerman, Vernon K., Accountancy, Center for International Education and 

Research in Accounting, Office of International Programs and Studies 
Zuidema, Reiner T., Anthropology, Center for Advanced Study 

LATIN AMERICA 

Alexander, Charles S., Geography 
Alexander, Denton E., Agronomy 
Dovring, Folke, Agricultural Economics 
Due, John F., Economics 

Duffy, Christopher G., Students Abroad Office 
Evans, James F., Agricultural Communications, Journalism 

Ferber, Robert, Business Administration, Economics, Survey Research Labo- 
ratory 
Forster, Merlin H., Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 
Francescato, Martha P., Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 
Halcrow, Harold G., Agricultural Economics 
Portes, Alejandro, Sociology 
Scott, John T., Jr., Agricultural Economics 

Caribbean 

Brown, Roger K., Secondary and Continuing Education 

Burnett, Jacquetta H., Bureau of Educational Research 

Cawley, Allan J., Veterinary Clinical Medicine 

Garland, John H., Geography 

Gurfinkel, German R., Civil Engineering 

Hageman, Richard H., Agronomy 

Hay, William W., Geology 

Hopen, Herbert J., Horticulture 

Johnson, Eldon L., Vice-President of the University 

Karnes, M. Ray, Vocational and Technical Education 

Lahey, James F., Geography 

Luckmann, William H., Agricultural Entomology 

Travers, Kenneth J., Secondary and Continuing Education 

Vandemark, Joseph S., Horticulture 

Central America 

Deal, Carl W., Library, Center for Latin-American Studies 

Fenves, Steven J., Civil Engineering 

Findley, Roger W., Law 

Giles, Eugene, Anthropology 

Goodman, William L, Urbana and Regional Planning 

Graber, Jean W., Animal Science 

Grove, David C, Anthropology 

Harshbarger, Kenneth E., Dairy Science 



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Hittle, Carl N., Agronomy 

Holland, I. Irving, Forestry 

Hussey, Mary A., English 

Leal, Luis, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 

Montague, William E., Computer-Based Education Research Laboratory, 

Psychology 
Ristic, Miodrag, Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene, Veterinary Research and 

Extension 
Scott, Robert E., Center for International Comparative Studies, Political 

Science 
Selander, Richard B., Entomology 
Thompson, John, Geography 
Wright, Richard N., Civil Engineering 

South America 

Aiex, Anoar, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 

Aldridge, A. Owen, Comparative Literature 

Beamer, Paul D., Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene, Veterinary Research and 

Extension 
Behague, Gerard H., Music 

Burnett, Jacquetta H., Bureau of Educational Research 
Byars, Robert S., Political Science 
Carozzi, Albert V., Geology 
Casagrande, Joseph B., Anthropology, Center for International Comparative 

Studies 
Deal, Carl W., Library, Center for Latin-American Studies 
Falcoff, Mark, History 
Fenves, Steven J., Civil Engineering 
Findley, Roger W., Law 

Fliegel, Frederick C, Agricultural Economics, Sociology 
Frankel, Marvin, Economics 
Grossman, Michael, Dairy Science 
Holcomb, John M., Agricultural Economics 
Hussey, Mary A., English 
Jones, Rudard A., Architecture 

Judge, George G., Agricultural Economics, Economics 
Kirkwood, Billy D., Coordinated Science Laboratory 
Klein, George D., Geology 

Knapp, Clyde G., Secondary and Continuing Education 
Kronus, Sidney J., Sociology 
Lahey, James F., Geography 
Larson, Bruce L., Dairy Science 
Lathrap, Donald W., Anthropology 
Love, Joseph L., History 
Mechtly, Eugene A., Electrical Engineering 
Meehan, Thomas C, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 
Melsted, Sigurd W., Agronomy 
Parr, Phyllis G., Mathematics 
Pelczar, Richard S., History and Philosophy of Education 



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Pond, Charles P., Physical Education 

Preto-Rodas, Richard A., Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 

Ristic, Miodrag, Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene, Veterinary Research and 

Extension 
Salcedo, Rodolfo N., Agricultural Communications 
Scott, Robert E., Center for International Comparative Studies, Political 

Science 
Selander, Richard B., Entomology 
Solaun, Mauricio, Sociology 
Thompson, John, Geography 
Vandendries, Rene I., Economics 

van Es, Johannnes C, Agricultural Economics, Sociology 
Wang, Henry T., Library 
Weber, Gregorio, Biochemistry 
Whitten, Norman E., Jr., Anthropology 
Woodhead, Ronald W., Civil Engineering 
Wright, Richard N., Civil Engineering 
Zimmerman, Vernon K., Accountancy, Center for International Education and 

Research in Accounting, Office of International Programs and Studies 
Zuidema, Reiner T., Anthropology, Center for Advanced Study 

SOUTHWEST PACIFIC 

Brown, Richard E., Dairy Science 

Derber, Milton, Labor and and Industrial Relations 

Drucker, Daniel C, Civil Engineering, College of Engineering 

Easley, John A., Jr., Elementary Education 

Erlanger, Margaret, Dance 

Giles, Eugene, Anthropology 

Johnson, Robert E., Physiology and Biophysics 

Kurtz, Lester T., Agronomy 

Lanham, Frank B., Agricultural Engineering 

Levine, Norman D., Center for Human Ecology, Veterinary Pathology and Hy- 
giene, Zoology 

Marceau, Ian W., Computer Science 

Maxwell, William E., Bureau of Educational Research, Sociology 

Millington, Richard J., Agronomy 

Monk, Janice J., Geography 

Pendleton, Johnny W., Agronomy 

Pond, Charles P., Physical Education 

Read, Hadley, Agricultural Communications 

Ross, Harold M., Anthropology 

Runge, Edward C. A., Agronomy 

Weichsel, Paul M., Mathematics 

Woodhead, Ronald W., Civil Engineering 

Woods, George T., Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene, Veterinary Research and 
Extension 

Zagorski, Edward J., Art 



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INTERNATIONAL 

Ackerman, Joseph, Agricultural Economics 

Anderson, John J. B., Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology 

Arlt, Carl T., Finance 

Bailar, John C, Chemistry 

Baker, Chester B., Agricultural Economics 

Bedford, Norton M., Accountancy, Business Administration 

Bever, Wayne M., Plant Pathology 

Brinegar, George K., Agricultural Economics, Office of International Programs 

and Studies 
Brodie, Bruce, O., Veterinary Clinical Medicine 
Brown, Esther L., Home Economics 
Chow, Ven Te, Civil Engineering 
Denny, Terry, Elementary Education 
de Wet, Johannes M. J., Agronomy 
Dremuk, Richard, Office of Admissions and Records 
Folk, Hugh, Economics, Labor and Industrial Relations 
Glad, Betty, Political Science 
Hadley, Henry H., Agronomy 
Harlan, Jack R., Agronomy 
Hymowitz, Theodore, Agronomy 

Iversen, J. Terry, Division of University Extension, Political Science 
Kaulfers, Walter V., Secondary and Continuing Education 
Kemmerer, Donald L., Economics 
Kendeigh, S. Charles, Zoology 

Kimberly, John R., Labor and Industrial Relations, Sociology 
Kitzmiller, James B., Zoology 
Krause, Harry D., Law 
Lohrer, M. Alice, Library Science 
MacDonald, William L., Asian Studies 
McGreal, Thomas L., Educational Administration and Supervision, Educational 

Placement Office 
Metcalf, Robert L., Entomology, Zoology 
Miller, Lawrence B., Agronomy 
Mohraz, Bijan, Civil Engineering 
Nagel, Stuart S., Political Science 
Olver, Elwood F., Agricultural Engineering 
Osgood, Charles E., Center for Advanced Study, Institute of Communications 

Research, Psychology 
Ozerol, Nail H., Zoology 
Patton, Franklin D., Geology 
Price, John W., Office of Foreign Student Affairs 
Purves, Alan C, English 
Renne, Roland R., Agricultural Economics 
Romack, Frank E., Veterinary Biological Structure 
Schmidt, Stephen C, Agricultural Economics 
Small, Erwin, Veterinary Clinical Medicine 
Sturmthal, Adolf F., Labor and Industrial Relations 



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Stucky, Galen D., Chemistry 

Tondeur, Philippe M., Mathematics 

Tyner, Edward H., Agronomy 

Walker, Robert W., Vocational and Technical Education 

Wallack, Stanley S., Economics 

Zych, Chester C, Horticulture 



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DEPARTMENT AND UNIT LISTING 



In the following department and unit listing, each contributor to the Direc- 
tory is entered under the department or unit of the University in which 
he holds an academic appointment. A contributor is listed only once unless 
he has a joint appointment in two departments or units. 



Accountancy 

Bedford, Norton M. 
DeLong, Charles C. 
DeMaris, E. Joe 

SCHOENFELD, HaNNS-MaRTIN W. 

Zimmerman, Vernon K. 

Administration, University 

Johnson, Eldon L. 

Administration, 
Urbana-Champaign Campus 

Berry, Lloyd E. 

Admissions and Records, 
Office of 

Dremuk, Richard 
Engelgau, Gary R. 

Advanced Study, Center for 

Brems, Hans J. 
Bruner, Edward M. 
Kau, Ying-mao 
Osgood, Charles E. 
Porqu eras-Mayo, Alberto 
Zgusta, Ladislav 
Zuidema, Reiner T. 

Advertising 

Dunn, S. Watson 
Unwin, Stephen J. F. 



Aeronautical and Astronautical 
Engineering 

McCloy, Robert W. 

African Studies Committee 

Uchendu, Victor C. 

Agricultural Communications 

Behrens, John H. 
Evans, James F. 
Read, Hadley 
Rock wood, Walter G. 
Salcedo, Rodolfo N. 

Agricultural Economics 

Ackerman, Joseph 
Baker, Chester B. 
Brinegar, George K. 

BUDDEMEIER, WlLBUR D. 
DOVRING, FOLKE 

Due, Jean M. 

Fliegel, Frederick C. ^ 

Guither, Harold D. 

Halcrow, Harold G. 

Harms, Alfred G. 

Herdt, Robert W. 

Holcomb, John M. 

Judge, George G. 

Karr, Gerald L. 

Kellogg, Earl D. 



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Mutti, R. Joseph 
Renne, Roland R. 
Schmidt, Stephen C. 
Scott, John T., Jr. 
Sofranko, Andrew J. 
Spitze, Robert G. F. 
Thompson, William N. 
van Es, Johannes C. 
Williams, Sheldon W. 

Agricultural Engineering 

Hansen, Edwin L. 
Hay, Ralph C. 
Hodges, William W. 
Hunt, Donnell R. 
Lanham, Frank B. 
Matthews, John W. 
Muehling, Arthur J. 
Olver, Elwood F. 
Rodda, Errol D. 

Agricultural Entomology 

Luckmann, William H. 

Agricultural Experiment Station 

Salisbury, Glenn W. 
Webb, Robert J. 

Agriculture, College of 

Bentley, Orville G. 

BUDDEMEIER, WlLBUR D. 

Gardner, Karl E. 
Kastelic, Joseph 
Salisbury, Glenn W. 
Smith, Cecil D. 

Agronomy 

Alexander, Denton E. 
Bowes, George 
de Wet, Johannes M. J. 
Fehrenbacher, Joe B. 
Gingrich, Joseph R. 
Hadley, Henry H. 
Hageman, Richard H. 
Harlan, Jack R. 
Hittle, Carl N. 
Hymowitz, Theodore 
jugenheimer, robert w. 
Kurtz, Lester T. 
Leng, Earl R. 
Matsuura, Richard M. 



McGlamery, Marshal D. 
Melsted, Sigurd W. 
Miller, Lawrence B. 
Millington, Richard J. 
Odell, Russell T. 
Pendleton, Johnny W. 
Ray, Burton W. 
Runge, Edward C. A. 
Thorne, Marlowe D. 
Tyner, Edward H. 
Walker, William M. 

Animal Science 

Bentley, Orville G. 
Boston, William D. 
Dziuk, Philip J. 
Garrigus, Upson S. 
Graber, Jean W. 
Kastelic, Joseph 
Leveille, Gilbert A. 

MlSTRY, SORAB P. 

Rasmusen, Benjamin A. 
Webb, Robert J. 

Anthropology 

Brukman, Jan 
Bruner, Edward M. 
Casagrande, Joseph B. 
Crissman, Lawrence W. 
Cunningham, Clark E. 
Giles, Eugene 
Gould, Harold A. 
Grove, David C. 
Keller, Charles M. 
Lathrap, Donald W. 
Lehman, Frederic K. 
Nettl, Bruno 
Plath, David W. 
Rosen, Lawrence 
Ross, Harold M. 

SCHILDKROUT, ENID 

Uchendu, Victor C. 
Whitten, Norman E., Jr. 
Zuidema, Reiner T. 

Architecture 

Cafourek, Vaclau 
Jones, Rudard A. 
Lanford, Samuel T. 
Lozar, Charles C. 



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Notaras, Alexander 
Swing, Jack H. 
Young, Harold C. 

Art 

Britsky, Nicholas 
Fisher, Robert N. 

MUNAKATA, KlYOHIKO 

Rae, Edwin C. 
Zagorski, Edward J. 
Ziff, Jerrold 

Asian Studies, Center for 

Chang, Richard F. 
Cohen, Stephen P. 
Crawford, Robert B. 
Jacobs, Norman G. 
Kachru, Yamuna 
Kau, Ying-mao 
MacDonald, William L. 
Makino, Seiichi 
Schran, Peter 

TlKKU, GlRDHARILAL T. 

Unno, Tattetsu 
Yu, George T. 

Biochemistry 

Hager, Lowell P. 

SCHROEPFER, GEORGE J., Jr. 

Weber, Gregorio 

Botany 

Govindjee 
Sybesma, Christiaan 

Business Administration 

Bedford, Norton M. 
Ferber, Robert 
Patton, Donald J. 

SCHOENFELD, HaNNS-MaRTIN W. 

Simon, Julian L. 

Business Affairs Office 

DeLong, Charles C. 

Business Management 

Weisenberg, Joseph O. 

Chemical Engineering 

Eckert, Charles A. 

Chemistry 

Bailar, John C. 



Haight, Gilbert P. 
Stucky, Galen D. 

Civil Engineering 

Chow, Ven Te 
Drucker, Daniel C. 
Fenves, Steven J. 
Gurfinkel, German R. 
Holzer, Siegfried M. 
Kesler, Clyde E. 
Mohraz, Bijan 
Woodhead, Ronald W. 
Wright, Richard N. 

Commerce and Business 
Administration, College of 

Zimmerman, Vernon K. 

Communications Research, 
Institute of 

Guback, Thomas H. 
Merritt, Richard L. 
Osgood, Charles E. 
Simon, Rita J. 

Comparative Literature 

Aldridge, A. Owen 
Jost, Franqois 

Computer-Based Education 
Research Laboratory 

BrrzER, Donald L. 
Montague, William E. 
Sherwood, Bruce A. 

Computer Science 

Marceau, Ian W. 

NffiVERGELT, JURG 

Sameh, Ahmed H. 

Coordinated Science Laboratory 

Bitzer, Donald L. 
Kirk wood, Billy D. 

Dairy Science 

Brown, Richard E. 
Byers, John H. 
Gardner, Karl E. 
Grossman, Michael 
Harshbarger, Kenneth E. 
Larson, Bruce L. 
Ormiston, Emmett E. 



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Salisbury, Glenn W. 

TOUCHBERRY, ROBERT W. 

Dance 

Erlanger, Margaret 

Economics 

Ayal, Eliezer B. 
Brems, Hans J. 
Due, John F. 
Ferber, Robert 
Folk, Hugh 
Frankel, Marvin 
Gillespie, Robert W. 
Hodgman, Donald R. 
Judge, George G. 
Kemmerer, Donald L. 
McPherson, William H. 
Millar, James R. 
Neal, Larry D. 
Parrish, John B. 
Schran, Peter 
Scoville, James G. 
Simon, Julian L. 
Sprenkle, Case M. 
Taira, Koji 
Vandendries, Rene I. 
Wallagk, Stanley S. 
Yeung, Patrick 

Education, College of 

Atkin, J. Myron 

Educational Administration 
and Supervision 

McGreal, Thomas L. 

Educational Placement Office 

McGreal, Thomas L. 

Educational Psychology 

Hunt, J. McVicker 
Maehr, Martin L. 
Stallings, William M. 

Educational Research, Bureau of 

Burnett, Jacquetta H. 
Maxwell, William E. 
Smith, Ralph A. 

Electrical Engineering 

Bitzer, Donald L. 



Crowley, Joseph M. 
Deschamps, Georges A. 
Dunn, Floyd 
Fett, Gilbert H. 
Goldstein, Ladislas 
Handler, Paul 
Mechtly, Eugene A. 
Merkelo, Henry 
Yeh, Kung C. 

Elementary Education 

Atkin, J. Myron 
Denny, Terry 
Easley, John A., Jr. 
Katz, Lilian G. 
Manolakes, Theodore 
Spodek, Bernard 

Engineering, College of 

Drucker, Dandzl C. 

Engineering Experiment Station 

Desmond, John J. 

English 

Applebee, Roger K. 
Berry, Lloyd E. 
Dixon, Rebecca G. 
Flanagan, John T. 
Hussey, Mary A. 
Kachru, Yamuna 
Kaufman, Anthony D. 
Noble, Yvonne 
Purves, Alan C. 
Shapiro, Michael 
Smalley, Donald A. 

Entomology 

Fraenkel, Gottfried S. 
Metcalf, Robert L. 
Selander, Richard B. 

Extension, Division of University 

Dean, Jeannette B. 
Erickson, Herman 
Iversen, J. Terry 
O'Connor, John A. 
Webb, Robert J. 

Finance 

Arlt, Carl T. 



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Foreign Student Affairs, Office of 

Meyerson, Bernard L. 
Price, John W. 

Forestry 

Holland, I. Irving 

French 

Bovven, Barbara C. 
DeLey, Herbert C. 
Jost, Francois 
Kolb, Philip 
Nachtmann, Francis W. 
Talbot, Emile J. 

Geography 

Alexander, Charles S. 
Fellmann, Jerome D. 
Foster, Fred W. 
Garland, John H. 
Lahey, James F. 
Monk, Janice J. 
Thompson, John 

Geology 

Carozzi, Albert V. 
Hay, William W. 
Klein, George D. 
Patton, Franklin D. 

Graduate and International 
Legal Studies, Office of 

Hay, Peter 
Maggs, Peter B. 

Health Science 

Hursh, Laurence M. 

History 

Arn stein, Walter L. 
Crawford, Robert B. 
Dawn, C. Ernest 
Eastman, Lloyd E. 
Falcoff, Mark 
Fisher, Ralph T., Jr. 
Heinrichs, Waldo H. 
Hitchins, Keith A. 
Love, Joseph L. 
McKay, John P. 
Mitchell, Richard E. 
Nichols, J. Alden 



Pierson, John D. 
Queller, Donald E. 
Ransel, David L. 

SCHROEDER, PAUL W. 

Sumler, David E. 
Trexler, Richard C. 
Unno, Taitetsu 
Uroff, Benjamin 
Wechsler, Howard J. 

History and Philosophy 
of Education 

Broudy, Harry S. 
Pelczar, Richard S. 
Peshkin, Alan J. 
Shorish, M. Mobin 
Smith, Ralph A. 
Yates, Barbara A. 

Home Economics 

Alexander, Harold H. 
Brown, Esther L. 
Dean, Jeannette B. 

Horticulture 

Dayton, Daniel F. 
Hopen, Herbert J. 
Thompson, Anson E. 
Vandemark, Joseph S. 
Zych, Chester C. 

Human Ecology, Center for 

Levin e, Norman D. 

International Agricultural 
Programs 

BUDDEMEIER, WlLBUR D. 

Leng, Earl R. 

International Comparative 
Studies, Center for 

Casagrande, Joseph B. 
Scott, Robert E. 

International Programs and 
Studies, Office of 

Brinegar, George K. 
Duffy, Christopher G. 
McCowen, Thomas A. 
Yates, Barbara A. 
Zimmerman, Vernon K. 



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International Programs in 
Education 

Yates, Barbara A. 

Journalism 

Boston, Raymond J. 
Evans, James F. 
Gershem, Martin 
Guback, Thomas H. 
Jensen, Jay W. 
Ziff, Howard M. 

Labor and Industrial Relations 

Derber, Milton 
Erigkson, Herman 
Folk, Hugh 
Garman, Phillips L. 
Karsh, Bernard 
Kimberly, John R. 
MgPherson, William H. 
Rosen, Stanley 
Scoville, James G. 
Sturmthal, Adolf F. 
Taira, Koji 
Triandis, Harry C. 

Latin-American Studies, 
Center for 

Deal, Carl W. 

Law 

Costonis, John J. 
Cribbet, John E. 
Findley, Roger W. 
Hay, Peter 
Krause, Harry D. 
Maggs, Peter B. 
Quick, Charles W. 
Reisner, Ralph 
Stone, Victor J. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, 
College of 

Applebee, Roger K. 

Library 

Aggarwal, Narindar K. 
Ashmore, Constance M. 
Brichford, Maynard J. 
Deal, Carl W. 
Gara, Lily C. 



McCawley, Christina W. 
Wang, Henry T. 
Wolff, Ernst 

Library Science 

Lohrer, M. Alice 

Linguistics 

Cheng, Chin-Chuan 
Gladney, Frank Y. 
Kachru, Braj B. 
Kachru, Yamuna 
Kim, Chin W. 
Lehman, Frederic K. 
Makino, Seiichi 
Saltarelli, Mario 
Stahlke, Herbert F. 
Zgusta, Ladislav 

Materials Research Laboratory 

Maurer, Robert J. 

Mathematics 

Bartle, Robert G. 
Berndt, Bruce C. 
Bohrer, Robert E. 
Cairns, Stewart S. 
Carroll, Robert W. 
Converse, George A. 
Finney, Ross L. 
Fossum, Robert M. 
Francis, George K. 
Gray, John W. 
Hohn, Franz E. 
Knight, Frank B. 
Parr, Phyllis G. 
Peck, N. Tenney 
Tondeur, Philippe M. 
Weichsel, Paul M. 
Witz, Klaus A. 
Wolfowitz, Jacob 

Mechanical and Industrial 
Engineering 

Chato, John C. 
Jones, Barclay G. 
Korst, Helmut H. 
Leach, James L. 
Seyfarth, Francis 
Soo, Shao L. 
White, Robert A. 



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Microbiology 

Drake, John W. 
Kaplan, Samuel 

Metallurgy and Mining 
Engineering 

Altstetter, Carl J. 
Beck, Paul A. 

Music 

Behague, Gerard H. 
Bergethon, Bjornar 
Burdette, Mary M. 
Garvey, John C. 
Nettl, Bruno 
Richards, Claire L. 
Ringer, Alexander L. 
Rolland, Paul 

Naval Science 

Riley, Jack 

Nuclear Engineering 

Jones, Barclay G. 
Soo, Shao L. 

Overseas Projects, Office of 

Jugenheimer, Robert W. 
McCowen, Thomas A. 

Philosophy 

Schacht, Richard L. 
Suppe, Frederick R. 
Werner, Louis 

Physical Education 

Johnson, William 
Pond, Charles P. 
Zeigler, Earle F. 

Physics 

Handler, Paul 
Lazarus, David 
Maurer, Robert J. 
Robinson, Clark S. 
Salamon, Myron B. 
Sherwood, Bruce A. 
Sullwan, Jeremiah D. 
Wortis, Michael 



Physiology and Biophysics 

Dunn, Floyd 
Govindjee 
Johnson, Robert E. 
Prosser, C. Ladd 
Sybesma, Christiaan 
Twardock, A. Robert 

Plant Pathology 

Bever, Wayne M. 
Sinclair, James B. 
Taylor, Donald P. 

Political Science 

Bock, Peter G. 
Byars, Robert S. 
Cohen, Stephen P. 
Douglas, Stephen A. 
Fields, A. Belden 
Glad, Betty 
Iversen, J. Terry 
Lewis, Edward G. 
McHenry, Dean E. 
Merritt, Richard L. 
Miller, Robert F. 
Nagel, Stuart S. 
Page, Thomas 
Scott, Robert E. 
Wein stein, Martin E. 
Yu, George T. 

Psychology 

Costin, Frank 
Hirsch, Jerry 
Hunt, J. McVicker 
Jakobovits, Leon A. 
Malpass, Roy S. 
Montague, William E. 
Osgood, Charles E. 
Triandis, Harry C. 

Radio and Television 

Douglass, Edward F. 

Recreation and Park 
Administration 

Regnier, Earl H. 
Sapora, Allen V. 



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Russian and East European 
Center 

Fisher, Ralph T., Jr. 

Secondary and Continuing 
Education 

Brown, Roger K. 
Kaulfers, Walter V. 
Knapp, Clyde G. 

LONGSTREET, WlLMA S. 

Travers, Kenneth J. 

Slavic Languages and 
Literatures 

Bristol, Evelyn C. 
Curran, Michael A. 
Dunatov, Rasio 
Gladney, Frank Y. 
Hill, Steven P. 
Iribarne, Louis 
Klein, Kurt A. 
Pachmuss, Temira A. 

Social Work 

Gould, Ketayun H. 
Itzin, Francis H. 
Kim, Bok-lim C. 

Sociology 

Fliegel, Frederick C. 
Jacobs, Norman G. 
Karsh, Bernard 
Kimberly, John R. 
Kronus, Sidney J. 
Maxwell, William E. 
Porte s, Alejandro 
Robinson, Gertrude J. 
Simon, Rita J. 
Sofranko, Andrew J. 
solaun, mauricio 
Uche, Chukwudum 
van Es, Johannes C. 
Wiebe, Paul D. 

Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 

Aiex, Anoar 
Forster, Merlin H. 
Francescato, Martha P. 
Hershberg, David R. 
Leal, Luis 
Meehan, Thomas C. 



Pasquariello, Anthony M. 
Porqueras-Mayo, Alberto 
Preto-Rodas, Richard A. 
Saltarelli, Mario 

Students Abroad Office 

Duffy, Christopher G. 

Survey Research Laboratory 

Ferber, Robert 

Tehran Research Unit 

Dawn, C. Ernest 

Theoretical and Applied 
Mechanics 

Kesler, Clyde E. 
Langhaar, Henry L. 
Morrow, Jo Dean 

Urban and Regional Planning 

Goodman, William I. 

GUTTENBERG, ALBERT Z. 

Veterinary Biological Structure 

Romack, Frank E. 
Veterinary Clinical Medicine 

Brodie, Bruce O. 
Cawley, Allan J. 
Small, Erwin 

Veterinary Medicine, College of 

Jones, L. Meyer 

Veterinary Pathology and 
Hygiene 

Beamer, Paul D. 
Bryan, Harold S. 
Ferris, Deam H. 
Levine, Norman D. 
Ristic, Miodrag 
Segre, Diego 
Woods, George T. 

Veterinary Physiology and 
Pharmacology 

Anderson, John J. B. 
Jones, L. Meyer 
Twardock, A. Robert 

Veterinary Research and 
Extension 

Beamer, Paul D. 



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Ferris, Dea.m H. Zoology 

RlSTIC, MlODRAG HlRSCH, JERRY 

Woods, George T. Kendeigh, S. Charles 

Kitzmiller, James B. 

Vocational and Technical LevinE5 Norman D. 

Education Metcalf, Robert L. 

Karnes, M. Ray Ozerol, Nail H. 

Stern, Jacob Ronquillo, Maria C. R. 

Walker, Robert W. Shoemaker, Hurst H. 



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ALPHABETICAL LISTING 



The main alphabetical listing contains resumes of those faculty members 
who completed questionnaires for the Directory. Included in each entry is 
information relevant to the contributor's international academic qualifi- 
cations, including education, professional experience, areas of research, 
languages, and publications. 

ACKERMAN, JOSEPH, Program Specialist, Agricultural Economics 
Area: International 

1958 to date, Secretary-Treasurer of the International Association of Agricultural 
Economists, attended conferences in Denmark, Italy, France, India, Mexico, 
Australia, and U.S.R.R., and took an extended trip through Latin America for 
the Association; November 1969 to date, in India on University of Illinois 
intensive agricultural development project under Ford Foundation grant. 
Relevant Publications: Agrarian Reform and Moral Responsibility and several 
other publications and articles. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 

AGGARWAL, NARINDAR K., Associate Professor, Library 
Area: South Asia, Middle East 

Fall 1966-67, book buying trips to India and Ceylon on behalf of Midwest Uni- 
versities Consortium for International Activities, Inc. 
Degree: M.S. Kansas State Teachers College 
Languages: Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu 

AIEX, ANOAR, Assistant Professor, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 
Area: Western Europe, South America 

1957-59, postgraduate study at Sorbonne, Ecole Normale Superieure and College 
de France, France; 1959, postgraduate study at University of Heidelberg, Ger- 
many; September 1966, Luso-Brazilian Colloquium at Harvard University; 
summer 1969, Summer Faculty Fellowship for research on Brazil; summer 1970, 



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Latin-American Center for research in Brazil; current research on the modern 

period in Brazilian culture. 

Degrees : Licenciado University of Sao Paulo ( Brazil ) 
M.A. University of Paris ( France ) 
Ph.D. University of Sao Jose Do Rio Preto (Brazil) 

Languages: French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish 

ALDRIDGE, A. OWEN, Professor, Comparative Literature 
Area: Western Europe, South America 

1952-53, Fulbright Fellowship to teach at the Universite de Toulouse and Univer- 
site de Clermont-Ferrand, France; 1958, Smith-Mundt Fellowship to teach at the 
University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; 1965, research in National Library of Chile; 
1969, lecturer at University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, and the Technological 
Institute at Zurich, Switzerland 1970, lecturer at Westfalische Wilhems-Univer- 
sitat, Miinster, Germany, Johannes Gutenberg Universitat, Mainz, Germany, and 
John F. Kennedy Institut fur Amerikastudien, Berlin, Germany; current research 
on the Enlightenment in Europe and Latin America. 

Relevant Publications: Benjamin Franklin et Ses Contemporains Francais, Man 
of Reason: The Life of Thomas Paine (translations), and several articles in area 
of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. Indiana University 

M.A. University of Georgia 

Ph.D. Duke University 

D.U.P. University of Paris (France) 
Languages: French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES S., Professor, Geography 
Area: East Africa, Canada, Latin America 

1952, grant for field work in Venezuela; summer 1955 and 1956, Netherlands 
Antilles; 1960-61, Tanzania; summer 1966, Fulbright Fellowship to Mexico; 
1967-68, field work in Yukon Territory, Canada; current research on ecology 
of Tanzania and Kenya. 

Relevant Publications: "The Marine Terraces of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao, 
Netherlands Antilles"; "The Marine Terraces of the Northwest Coast of Tan- 
ganyika"; and other articles in area of specialization. 
Degree: Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Languages: German, Spanish 

ALEXANDER, DENTON E., Professor, Agronomy 

Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Latin America 

1957, adviser for U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization to the Ministry of 
Agriculture of Yugoslavia; 1959-60, Oficina de Estedios Especiales, Mexico; 
1962, adviser to the Ministry of Agriculture of U.S.S.R.; 1965, consultant on 
science education at Universidad Agraria in Peru for Ford Foundation; 1967, 
Ford Foundation grant as a visiting professor at Universidad Agraria in Peru; 
1968, FAO Symposium in Sweden; 1969, European Plant Breeders Association 
meeting in Hungary. 



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Revelant Publications: "The Modification of Protein Quality of Maize by 
Breeding" and other publications in area of specialization. 

Degree: Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Language: Spanish 

ALEXANDER, HAROLD H., Associate Professor, Home Economics 
Area: Western Europe 

1954-56, taught art, crafts, and drafting in United States Air Force elementary 
and secondary schools in Germany. 

Degrees: B.F.A. University of Illinois 
M.F.A. University of Illinois 
Language: German 

ALTSTETTER, CARL J., Professor, Metallurgy and Mining Engineering 
Area: Western Europe 

Summer 1957, research; 1968, research at Max Planck Institute, Stuttgart, Ger- 
many; current research in kinetics and thermodynamics. 

Degrees : B.S. University of Cincinnati 

M.S. Illinois Institute of Technology 

Sc.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Language : German 

ANDERSON, JOHN J. B., Assistant Professor, Veterinary Physiology and 
Pharmacology 

Area: International 

Current research on the use of radioisotopes in biological research, specializing 
in mineral metabolism of various small and large animals. 

Degrees : B.A. Williams College 

M.A.T. Harvard University 

M.A. Boston University 

Ph.D. Cornell University 
Languages: French, Spanish 

APPLEBEE, ROGER K., Associate Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; 
Associate Professor, English 
Area: Western Europe 

1969, international seminar on "Teaching the Mother Tongue" in Germany for 
UNESCO; 1967, study of English programs in forty-two secondary schools in 
England; current research on English programs in English speaking countries. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of A Study of the Teaching of English in 
Selected British Secondary Schools. 

Degrees : B.A. Western Reserve University 

Ed.M. University of Buffalo 
Languages : French, German 



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ARLT, CARL T., Professor, Finance 
Area: International 

1970, Center for International Comparative Studies grant for study and inter- 
views in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Manila, and interviews in Bangkok, Rome, Zurich, 
Frankfurt, Paris, and London; current research on comparative study of financial 
systems in Japan, Hong Kong, and the Philippines. 
Degrees: A. B. Colgate University 
Ph.D. Cornell University 

ARNSTEIN, WALTER L., Professor, History 
Area: Western Europe 

1956-57, Fulbright Fellowship to the University of London for research and 
lecturing in England; 1962, Roosevelt University Faculty Research grant to En- 
gland; 1966 and 1967-68, research in England; current research on Mid- Victorian 
political and religious attitudes and institutions. 

Relevant Publications: The Bradlaugh Case: A Study in Late Victorian Opinion 
and Politics and Britain Yesterday and Today. 
Degrees: B.S. City College of New York 

M.A. Columbia University 

Ph.D. Northwestern University 
Languages: German, Spanish 

ASHMORE, CONSTANCE M., Instructor, Library 
Area: West Africa 

1964-65, Peace Corps volunteer on the staff of University of Lagos Library, 
Nigeria. 

Degrees : A.B. University of Illinois 
M.S. University of Illinois 

ATKIN, J. MYRON, Dean, College of Education; Professor, Elementary 
Education 

Area: Western Europe 

April 1968, study of British schools; May and June 1969, Ford Foundation grant 
to England for study and consultation at Schools Council and in British primary 
schools; current research on open and flexible planning in British primary schools. 
Degrees: B.S. City College of New York 

M.A. New York University 

Ph.D. New York University 

AYAL, ELIEZER B., Professor, Economics 
Area: Southeast Asia, Middle East 

1952-54, editor of economic weekly in Israel; 1955-56, economic research and 
cultural study in Thailand; 1962-63, University of Michigan Center for Research 
on Economic Development grant to Burma and Thailand for research on export 
taxation; 1963-65, Harvard Center for International Affairs grant for research on 
Thailand; 1966-67, senior economist at the National Planning Association and 
visiting professor at University of the Philippines. 



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Relevant Publications: Co-author of Underdevelopment and Economic National- 
ism in Southeast Asia; author of "The Impact of Export Taxation on the Domes- 
tic Economy of Underdeveloped Countries" and "Value Systems and Economic 
Development in Japan and Thailand." 
Degrees : M.A. Hebrew University ( Israel ) 

Ph.D. Cornell University 
Languages : French, Hebrew, Thai 

BAILAR, JOHN C, Professor, Chemistry 
Area: International 

Treasurer of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry; attended 
conferences on Coordination Chemistry in Rome, London, Stockholm, Vienna, 
Zurich, St. Moritz, Tokyo, Nikko, Haifa, and Sydney. 
Degrees : B.A. University of Colorado 

M.A. University of Colorado 

Ph.D. University of Michigan 

Sc.D. University of Buffalo 

Sc.D. University of Colorado 
Languages: French, German 

BAKER, CHESTER B., Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: International 

1958, International Conference in India sponsored by Social Science Research 
Council; 1960, visiting professor at University of Guelph, Canada; 1963, Multi- 
Lateral Exchange lecturer in U.S.S.R.; 1963, field trip to Turkey; 1965, field 
work in Turkey for the Agricultural Development Council; 1966-67, Fulbright 
Fellowship to Australia; 1967, international conference in Australia; 1968-69, 
consultant to the government of Canada; 1968, Conference on Planning Models 
in Hungary; current research on sector models applicable in national planning 
and financial components in farm firm models. 

Relevant Publications: "Limited Capital as a Restraint on Agricultural Develop- 
ment"; Co-author of "Agricultural Economics in the U.S.S.R." and several other 
articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. Iowa State University 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 

BARTLE, ROBERT G., Professor, Mathematics 

Area: South Asia, Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

May-June 1968, visiting professor at AID summer institute in India; 1968-69, 
research at Cambridge University, England; 1968-69 attended symposiums and 
lectured throughout Europe; May- June 1970, visiting professor at AID summer 
institute in India; current research on functional analysis. 

Relevant Publications: Numerous articles and publications in area of special- 
ization. 
Degrees: B.A. Swarthmore College 

S.M. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Languages: French, German, Russian 



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BEAMER, PAUL D., Professor, Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene, and Vet- 
erinary Research and Extension 

Area: South Asia, South America 

1960-64, adviser to the dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine of Uttar 
Pradesh Agricultural University, India; 1962, seminar in veterinary pathology at 
the International Academy of Pathology in Zurich; 1969, MUCIA grant to travel 
in Venezuela and Peru and to act as administrative consultant in Maracay, Vene- 
zuela; current research in zoonotic diseases. 
Degrees : D. V.M. Ohio State University 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 

Diplomate American College of Veterinary Pathology 
Languages: French, German, Spanish 

BECK, PAUL A., Professor, Metallurgy and Mining Engineering 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

1930-31, research at Kaiser- Wilhelm-Institut fur Metallforschung, Berlin; 1933- 
35, research at Laboratorie de Chimie Physique, University of Paris, France; July 
1964, lectured at Technical University, Clausthal, Germany; many conferences in 
France and England; current research on magnetism in alloys. 
Degrees: M.S. Michigan Technological University 

Mech.Eng. Royal Hungarian University of Technical Sciences 
Languages : French, German, Hungarian 

BEDFORD, NORTON M., Professor, Accountancy and Business Admin- 
istration 

Area: International 

1963, lectured at universities in Japan, Philippines, Hong Kong, Egypt, and 

Thailand; 1967, lectured at universities in New Zealand and Australia; 1969, 

lectured at universities in Scotland, Norway, and Canada; 1970, lectured at a 

university in Mexico; current research on systems for information in business and 

economics. 

Degree: Ph.D. Ohio State University 

BEHAGUE, GERARD H., Associate Professor, Music 
Area: South America 

1966, field work in Colombia and Ecuador; 1967, Center for International Com- 
parative Studies grant to Brazil; 1968, Festival of Luso-Brazilian Arts in Bahia; 
1969, field work in Peru and Bolivia; summer 1970, CICS grant to Brazil; cur- 
rent research on colonial church music in Brazil, Colombia, Peru, and Bolivia, 
and continuity and change in Afro-Brazilian cultural musics. 

Relevant Publications: The Beginnings of Musical Nationalism in Brazil and 
articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees : B.A. University of Brazil 

M.A. University of Paris (France) 

Ph.D. Tulane University 
Languages: French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish 



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BEHRENS, JOHN H., Associate Professor, Agricultural Communications 
Area: South Asia 

July 1968 to date, communications adviser to Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural 
University, India, and coordinator of workshops and seminars for university staff 
and for managers of fertilizer industries of India; current research on agricultural 
communications in developing countries. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 
M.S. University of Illinois 

BENTLEY, ORVILLE G., Dean, College of Agriculture; Professor, Animal 
Science 

Area: West Africa, South Asia, Southeast Asia 

1966, tour of Vietnam with Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman; 1967-69, 
executive visitor to AID projects in India and West Africa; 1968, National Acad- 
emy of Sciences-Lembago Illmu Pengetahuan Indonesia Workshop on Food Pro- 
duction in Indonesia. 

Relevant Publications: "New Commitments for the Land-Grant University in a 
Hungry World." 
Degrees: B.S. South Dakota State University 

M.S. University of Wisconsin 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 

BERGETHON, BJORNAR, Professor, Music 

Area: Western Europe, Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1919-22, Gymnasium (Artiam) in Norway; summer 1960, research on music edu- 
cation in Scandinavia; summer 1967, research on music education in Hungary, 
Austria, Switzerland, Germany, and Scandinavia; summer 1967, lecturer at Uni- 
versities of Bergen and Trondheim, Norway; current research on comparative 
music education. 
Degrees: B.M. Bush Conservatory of Music 

M.A. Indiana University 

Ed.D. Columbia University 
Languages: Danish, German, Norwegian, Swedish 

BERNDT, BRUCE C, Associate Professor, Mathematics 
Area: Western Europe 

1966-67, assistant lecturer at University of Glasgow, Scotland. 
Degrees : A.B. Albion College 

M.S. University of Wisconsin 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 
Languages: French, German 

BERRY, LLOYD E., Assistant to Chancellor, Urbana-Champaign Campus; 
Professor, English 

Area: Western Europe 

1958-60, studied in England; 1966, Huntington Library Fellowship and Guggen- 



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heim Fellowship for research in England; current research on voyages to Russia 

by Englishmen in the seventeenth century. 

Relevant Publications: The Geneva Bible: A Facsimile of the 1560 Edition and 

other books. 

Degrees : B.A. University of North Carolina 

M.A. University of North Carolina 

Ph.D. Cambridge University (England) 
Languages: French, German, Latin 

BEVER, WAYNE M., Professor, Plant Pathology 
Area: International 

June 1968, grant to train graduate students for foreign assignment and interdis- 
ciplinary research. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Idaho 
M.S. University of Idaho 
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 

BITZER, DONALD L., Professor, Electrical Engineering; Director, Computer- 
Based Education Research Laboratory 
Area: South Asia 

1964, computer consultant and lecturer at Indian Institute of Technology, 
Kharagpur, India; current research in computer-based education. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 

BOCK, PETER G., Associate Professor, Political Science 
Area: Central Africa, Middle East, Western Europe 

1962-67, staff editor of Political Science and Social Thought for International 
Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences; 1968 to date, research on comparative study 
of international regulatory organizations; current research on transnational cor- 
porations, foreign policy, functional international organizations, and population 
as an international problem. 
Degrees: B.A. Hebrew University (Israel) 

M.A. University of Utah 

Ph.D. New York University 
Languages : French, German, Hebrew, Italian 

BOHRER, ROBERT E., Assistant Professor, Mathematics 
Area: Western Europe 

1965-66, lecturer in statistics, University of Wales; 1966, International Congress 
of Mathematicians, Moscow; 1969, delegate to International Statistical Institute, 
London; current research on theory of mathematical statistics. 
Degrees: B.S. South Dakota School of Mines and Technology 

Ph.D. University of North Carolina 
Languages: French, German 



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BOSTON, RAYMOND J., Assistant Professor, Journalism 
Area: West Africa, Western Europe 

May 1965-March 1966, consultant on journalism training to Federal Govern- 
ment of Nigeria; newspaper correspondent in several countries of western Eu- 
rope; current research on British emigration to North America in the mid- 
nineteenth century. 

Relevant Publication: British Chartists in America, 1839-1900 (forthcoming). 
Degrees: B.A. Oxford University (England) 

M.A. Oxford University (England) 

M.A. University of Wisconsin 
Language: French 

BOSTON, WILLIAM D., Specialist, Animal Science 
Area: West Africa 

May 1967 to date, acting head of Animal Science Department at Njala Univer- 
sity College, Sierra Leone; current research in monogastric nutrition in tropics of 
West Africa. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 
M.S. University of Illinois 

BO WEN, BARBARA C, Associate Professor, French 
Area: Western Europe 

Studied in France; current research in French Renaissance literature. 

Relevant Publications: Les caracteristiques essentielles de la Farce Francaise, 

and Four Farces. 

Degrees: B.A. Oxford University (England) 
M.A. Oxford University ( England ) 
Doctorate de l'Universite University of Paris ( France ) 

Languages: French, German, Italian, Latin, Spanish 

BOWES, GEORGE, Research Associate, Agronomy 
Area: Western Europe 

1965-67, various conferences in England; 1966-67, lectured in London; current 
research on photosynthesis and photorespiration. 

Degrees: B.S. University of London (England) 

M. I.Biol. Institute of Biology (England) 

Ph.D. University of London ( England ) 
Language: French 

BREMS, HANS J., Associate, Center for Advanced Study; Professor, Economics 
Area: Western Europe 

1961, visiting professor in Germany and Sweden; 1964 and 1967, visiting profes- 
sor in Germany; 1968, visiting professor in Sweden and CICS grant to study 
U.S. direct investment in Sweden and Germany; 1970, visiting professor in 
Sweden and Finland; current research in international direct investment and 
international aspects of the theory of growth. 



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Relevant Publications: "West German Problems"; "A Four-Sector Growth Model 

of International Direct Investment"; and several other articles in area of 

specialization. 

Degree: Ph.D. University of Copenhagen (Denmark) 

Languages: Danish, German, Swedish 

BRICHFORD, MAYNARD J., Professor, Library 
Area: Canada 

1962, supervised management analysis training for Turkish Ministry of Finance; 
1966, U.S. delegate to Extraordinary Congress of International Council on Ar- 
chives; current research in area of archival education and administration. 
Degrees : B.A. Hiram College 

M.S. University of Wisconsin 

BRINEGAR, GEORGE K., Professor, Agricultural Economics; Director, Office 
of International Programs and Studies 
Area: International 

1964, executive visit to Japan for economic development; 1965, executive visits 
to India, Japan, Korea, and the Philippines for institutional development; 1968- 
70, executive visits to Sierra Leone for institutional development; 1969-70, execu- 
tive visits to India for economic development; current research on economic 
development and consumer preferences among races. 
Degrees: B.Ed. Illinois State University 

M.A. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 

BRISTOL, EVELYN C, Associate Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1963-64, postdoctoral study at Leningrad University; current research on N. M. 

Inzkov, Russian nineteenth-century poet. 

Relevant Publications: "The Aesthetic of a Modernist-Boris Pil'nyak"; "Boris 

Pil'nyak"; "Fedor Sologub's Post-Revolutionary Party." 

Degrees : A.B. University of California 

M.A. University of California 

Ph.D. University of California 
Languages: Czech, French, German, Polish, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Swedish 

BRITSKY, NICHOLAS, Professor, Art 

Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

1938-39, Yale University grant to study in Europe; 1956-57, Fulbright Fellowship 
to Italy; 1965-66, Fulbright Fellowship to study and lecture in Portugal. 
Degree : B.F.A. Yale University 
Languages : Czech, French, Italian, Polish, Ukrainian 

BRODIE, BRUCE O., Professor, Veterinary Clinical Medicine 
Area: International 

Current research on bovine trichomoniasis and bovine tuberculosis. 



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Relevant Publications: Numerous articles and publications in area of special- 
ization. 

Degrees: D.V.M. Michigan State University 
M.S. University of Illinois 

BROUDY, HARRY S., Professor, History and Philosophy of Education 
Area: East Asia 

1969, consultation on curriculum planning in Korea. 

Relevant Publications: Numerous articles in the fields of philosophy and philos- 
ophy of education. 
Degrees: A.B. Boston University 

M.A. Harvard University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: French, German 

BROWN, ESTHER L., Associate Professor, Home Economics 
Area: International 

Current research for a Hatch project on Calcium Metabolism in Adults with 
possible implications in disease osteoporosis, (includes a participant from India 
because of the significance the research may have there) . 
Degrees: B.S. Iowa State University 

M.P.H. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. Michigan State University 
Language: Russian 

BROWN, RICHARD E., Professor, Dairy Science 
Area: Southeast Asia, Southwest Pacific 

1962-63, Fulbright Fellowship to Australia to study ruminant nutrition; summer 
1968, survey of livestock production in Thailand; 1969-70, Southeast Asia Devel- 
opment Advisory Group and MUCIA grants for research in Thailand; 1970, 
consultation at Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University, India; current research on 
productivity of cattle and buffalo in villages of northeast Thailand. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Maryland 

M.S. University of Maryland 

Ph.D. University of Maryland 
Language: German 

BROWN, ROGER K., Associate Professor, Secondary and Continuing Edu- 
cation 

Area: Africa, Middle East, Caribbean 

Summer 1966, curriculum consultant in Tanzania; 1966-68, teacher and con- 
sultant in Sierra Leone; summer 1967, curriculum consultant in Ghana; summer 
1968, Technical Director of Peace Corps training in Sierra Leone; 1969-70, 
MUCIA Executive Committee member doing long-range educational planning 
for Korea; 1970, curriculum consultant in Sierra Leone, curriculum consultant 
at University of Tehran, Iran, and member of Southeast Asia Development 
Advisory Group; current research on curriculum development in Africa and 



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Puerto Rico, and international "informal" education with emphasis on Africa, 
Southeast Asia, and Korea. 

Relevant Publications: Mosquitoes and other books on areas of teaching biolog- 
ical sciences, some written in Africa. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ed.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: Krio, Spanish 

BRUKMAN, JAN, Instructor, Anthropology 
Area: South Asia 

Summer 1965, National Institute of Mental Health grant for field work in India; 
1966-67, Social Science Research Council grant for field work in India; current 
research on sociolinguistics and ethnographic semantics. 

Degree: Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Languages : French, Koya, Telugu 

BRUNER, EDWARD M., Associate, Center for Advanced Study; Professor, 
Anthropology 

Area: Southeast Asia 

1954-70, supervised Ph.D. dissertations in anthropology in Southeast Asia, Indo- 
nesia, East Africa, Latin America and United States, and studied Southeast Asia 
and Indonesia at Yale University and the University of Illinois; 1957-58, field 
research in Indonesia; 1958, Ford Foundation grant for foreign area training; 
1963, senior scholar at East-West Center studying urbanization; 1964, Wenner- 
Gren Conference on Comparative Urbanization in Austria; 1965, National Insti- 
tute of Mental Health grant in comparative urbanization; 1968, Conference on 
Psychological Stress and Culture Change in Tokyo; 1969-70, consultant on Edu- 
cational Assessment in Indonesia for Ford Foundation and Center for Interna- 
tional Comparative Studies grant to Indonesia; current research on ethnic group 
relations in a medium size Indonesian city. 

Relevant Publications: "Comments, Urbanization and Social Change in Africa"; 
"Some Observations on Cultural Change and Psychological Stress in Indonesia"; 
and other articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: B.A. Ohio State University 

M.A. Ohio State University 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Language: Indonesian 

BRYAN, HAROLD S., Professor, Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene 
Area: South Asia 

1966-68, adviser in veterinary medicine for Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural Uni- 
versity, India; 1968-69, consultant in veterinary public health and zoonotic dis- 
eases for Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University and Uttar Pradesh Agricul- 
tural University, India; current research on zoonotic diseases. 



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Degrees: D.V.M. Michigan State University 
M.S. University of Illinois 
Ph.D. University of Illinois 

BUDDEMEIER, WILBUR D., Associate Dean, College of Agriculture; Pro- 
fessor, Agricultural Economics; Director, International Agricultural Programs 
Area: South Asia 

1959-63, adviser in farm management at Government Agricultural College, 
India, and Chief of Party of Illinois-AID contract in India; 1964-67, adviser in 
administration to Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University, India, and Chief of 
Party of Illinois-AID contract in India; 1969, executive visitor to India; 1969-70, 
consultant in agricultural economics at Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural Univer- 
sity, India; director of "Strategies for Agricultural Development," a multi-dis- 
ciplinary project in its early stages. 

Revelant Publications : Numerous articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 

BURDETTE, MARY M., Associate Professor, Music 
Area: Western Europe 

1967, studied at the International Opera House in Switzerland. 
Degrees: B.Mus. University of Michigan 
M.Mus. University of Michigan 
Languages: French, German, Italian 

BURNETT, JACQUETTA H., Associate Professor, Bureau of Educational 
Research 

Area: Canada, Caribbean, South America 

1965-66, field research in Puerto Rico; 1967, field survey for future research in 
Ecuador; 1968 to date, supervisor of student research in Puerto Rico; summer 
1969 and 1970, visiting professor at University of British Columbia, Canada; 
current research on studies of Puerto Rican minority in North America and cul- 
ture of schools in Puerto Rico. 

Relevant Publications: "Recent Social Science Research on Latin American 
Education"; "Preliminary Report on Student Culture of a Puerto Rican High 
School"; and other articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.A. University of Tennessee 

M.A. Columbia University 

Ph.D. Columbia University 
Languages: German, Spanish 

BYARS, ROBERT S., Assistant Professor, Political Science 
Area: South America 

1967, Foreign Area Fellowship for field research and occasional lecturing in 
Brazil; summer 1969, Center for International Comparative Studies grant for 



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field research in Brazil; current research on political values of urban workers in 

Brazil and political leadership in developing nations. 

Relevant Publications: "A Teoria de Grupos Peguenos e Lideranqa Political 

O Caso do Regime de Castelo Branco." 

Degrees: A.B. University of Arizona 

A.M. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German, Portuguese, Spanish 

BYERS, JOHN H., Associate Professor, Dairy Science 
Area: South Asia 

1968-70, adviser in animal science to Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University, 
India; current research on improvements of swine and cattle by breeding and on 
the effects of water spraying on tolerance of cattle and buffaloes to heat stress. 
Relevant Publications: "Conserving Forages as Silage for Livestock." 
Degrees: B.S. University of British Columbia (Canada) 

M.S. Oregon State University 

Ph.D. Oregon State University 

CAFOUREK, VACLAU, Associate Professor, Architecture 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

Studied in France; traveled throughout Europe; current research on residential 
architecture in Europe. 

Degree : DPLG Ecole speciale d'architecture ( France ) 
Languages: Czech, French, German, Yugoslav 

CAIRNS, STEWART S., Professor, Mathematics 
Area: East Asia, Western Europe 

1928, studied in Germany; 1929, studied in Hungary; 1954-55, Fulbright Fellow- 
ship to lecture in France; June 1960, 1962, and 1967, research symposium in 
West Germany; spring 1963, visiting lecturer in Japan and Taiwan; 1964 and 
1967, research symposium in England. 

Relevant Publications: Numerous articles and publications in area of special- 
ization. 
Degrees: A.B. Harvard University 

A.M. Harvard University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: French, German 

CAROZZI, ALBERT V., Professor, Geology 

Area: West Africa, Western Europe, South America 

1960 to present, adviser to the government of the Ivory Coast on mineral devel- 
opment; 1963 to present, adviser to the French National Petroleum Company; 
1969 to present, adviser on petroleum exploration for the National Petroleum 
Company of Brazil; current research on mineral deposits exploration in West 
Africa and petroleum exploration in Brazil. 



Degree: D.Sc. University of Geneva (Switzerland) 
Languages: French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish 

CARROLL, ROBERT W., Professor, Mathematics 

Area: Canada, Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

1959-60, research in France; 1965, lectured at summer seminar in Montreal; 1966, 
presented paper at International Congress in Moscow; 1969, lectured at seminar 
in Paris; 1960 and 1969, toured England. 

Relevant Publications : One book and numerous articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Wisconsin 

Ph.D. University of Maryland 
Languages : French, German, Italian, Polish, Russian, Spanish 

CASAGRANDE, JOSEPH B., Professor, Anthropology; Director, Center for 
International Comparative Studies 
Area: South America 

Summers 1960, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1967, and 1968, field research and supervision 
of field training in Ecuador; August 1964, International Congress of Americanists 
meeting in Spain; 1966-70, grants for research in intergroup relations in Ecuador; 
current research on relations between Indians and non-Indians in six Ecuadorian 
highland communities, the position of the Indian in Ecuadorian society from 
colonial times to the present, and the structure of Ecuadorian society. 
Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Colonization as a Research Frontier"; Co- 
author of "La transformation estructural de una parroquia rural en las tierras 
altas del Ecuador." 
Degrees: A.B. University of Wisconsin 

Ph.D. Columbia University 
Languages: French, German, Spanish 

CAWLEY, ALLAN J., Professor, Veterinary Clinical Medicine 
Area: Caribbean 

1945-48, Technical Disease Control in Jamaica for the United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture; 1952-53, Veterinary Officer in Preventive Medicine in 
Jamaica for the United States Department of Agriculture; 1963, lectured to the 
British Caribbean Veterinary Association; current research on osteogenesis. 
Relevant Publications: Numerous articles and publications in area of special- 
ization. 
Degrees: D.V.M. Ontario Veterinary College (Canada) 

M.V.Sc. University of Toronto (Canada) 

D.V.Sc. University of Toronto (Canada) 

CHANG, RICHARD F., Assistant Professor, Asian Studies 
Area: East Asia 

1964-66, Associate Director of New Asia Yale-in-China Language Institute and 
Head of Chinese Mandarin Department at New Asia College, Hong Kong. 



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Relevant Publications: Twenty Lectures in Chinese Culture and other books on 

China. 

Degrees: A.B. St. John's University (China) 

LL.M. George Washington University 

J.D. DePaul University 
Language: Chinese 

CHATO, JOHN C, Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

1948, studied at University of Hungary; 1961-62, National Science Foundation 
Fellowship for postdoctoral research in Europe; 1967, Seventh International 
Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering in Sweden. 
Relevant Publications: Several articles and publications in area of specialization. 
Degrees: M.E. University of Cincinnati 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Languages : French, German, Hungarian 

CHENG, CHIN-CHUAN, Assistant Professor, Asian Studies and Linguistics 
Area: East Asia 

Raised and educated in Taiwan; current research on computerizing Chinese dia- 
lects to facilitate the study of phonological change in general and phonological 
history of the Chinese language. 

Relevant Publications: "English Stresses and Chinese Tones in Chinese Sen- 
tences"; "Tone Features and Tone Sandhi in the Mandarin Dialects"; and several 
other articles on linguistics. 
Degrees: B.A. National Taiwan University (China) 

M.A. National Taiwan University (China) 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: Chinese, French, Japanese, Russian 

CHOW, VEN TE, Professor, Civil Engineering 
Area: International 

1958, lecturer and adviser to the government of India and the government of 
Turkey and lecturer at universities in Japan; 1965, U.S. delegate to the Inter- 
national Association for Scientific Hydrology Symposium in France, adviser to 
the Republic of China on Taiwan, adviser to a company in Israel, and visiting 
lecturer at universities in Ghana, Israel, and England; 1967, UNESCO consultant 
and lecturer in Brazil; 1968, consultant to the United Nations Secretariat on 
water resources problems in developing nations, external examiner at universities 
in Canada, India, and Australia, and lecturer at universities in Canada and 
Puerto Rico; 1969, UNESCO consultant to the governments of Costa Rica, Peru, 
and Brazil, U.S. delegate to United States-Canada Joint Meeting on the Inter- 
national Hydrological Decade in Canada, Ford Foundation Consultant to the 
University of the Andes in Colombia, and lecturer at universities in Canada, 
Colombia, and the Netherlands. 



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Relevant Publications: "Center of Applied Hydrology in Brazil" and other 
articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: B.S. National Chiao Tung University (China) 

M.S. Pennsylvania State University 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: Chinese, French, Japanese 

COHEN, STEPHEN P., Associate Professor, Asian Studies and Political Science 
Area: South Asia, Western Europe 

1963, research in England; 1963-65 and 1968-69, American Institute of Indian 
Studies grant for research in India; 1968, University of Illinois Center for Inter- 
national Comparative Studies grant for research in England; current research on 
the Indian policy process and South Asian security problems. 

Relevant Publications: The Indian Army: Its Contribution to the Development 
of a Nation and several articles on India. 

Degrees: B.A. University of Chicago 

M.A. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 
Language: Hindi 

CONVERSE, GEORGE A., Assistant Professor, Mathematics 
Area: Southeast Asia 

January 1968-November 1969, taught mathematics at Malayan Teacher's College 
as a Peace Corps volunteer; current research on extreme point problems. 

Degrees: B.A. Oregon State University 

M.S. University of Washington 

Ph.D. University of Washington 
Languages: French, German, Malay 

COSTIN, FRANK, Professor, Psychology 
Area: Western Europe 

July 1968-February 1969, visiting scholar at University of London and visitor 
to twenty different colleges and universities in England and Scotland; October 
1968, lecturer at West Ham Technological College in London; November 1968, 
colloquiums at University of London, England; January 1969, seminars at Uni- 
versity of London and University of Edinburgh; attended 18th International Con- 
gress of Psychology in U.S.S.R.; current research on cross-cultural comparisons 
of hostility, as measured by personality tests. 

Relevant Publications: "The Scrambled Sentence Test: A Group Measure of 
Hostility." 

Degrees: B.A. University of Louisville 

M.A. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Language: French 



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COSTONIS, JOHN J., Visiting Associate Professor, Law 
Area: Western Europe 

May-August 1967, Ford Foundation grant for field research in countries of the 
European Economic Community; May-August 1968, Ford Foundation grant for 
field research in countries of the European Economic Community, and research 
associate at the Institute of European Studies, University of Brussels, Belgium; 
current research on foreign relations of the European Economic Community. 
Relevant Publications: "The Treaty-Making Power of the European Economic 
Community: The Perspectives of a Decade" and other articles on the European 
Economic Community. 
Degrees : B.A. Harvard University 

LL.B. Columbia University 
Languages: French, Italian 

CRAWFORD, ROBERT B., Associate Professor, History; Director, Center for 
Asian Studies 

Area: East Asia 

1956-57, Asia Foundation grant for research in Hong Kong; 1962, research in 
Taiwan; 1964-65, Social Science Research Council grant for research in Taiwan 
and Hong Kong; current research on the political and intellectual history of the 
Ming Dynasty. 

Relevant Publications: "Chang Chu-Ching's Confucian Legalism"; "The Social 
and Political Philosophy of the Shih-Chi"; and other articles in area of spe- 
cialization. 
Degrees : B.A. Gonzaga University 

M.A. University of Washington 

Ph.D. University of Washington 
Language: Chinese 

CRIBBET, JOHN E., Dean, College of Law; Professor, Law 
Area: Western Europe 

1959, lectured at University of London, England; 1966, traveled in Denmark, 
Sweden, and Norway, and lectured at the University of Stockholm, Sweden. 
Relevant Publications: Some Reflections on the Law of the Land — A View 
from Scandinavia. 

Degrees: A.B. Illinois Wesleyan University 
J.D. University of Illinois 

CRISSMAN, LAWRENCE W., Instructor, Anthropology 
Area: East Asia, Southeast Asia 

1967-68, field work in Taiwan; 1968, Social Science Research Council Confer- 
ence on the City in Traditional China; 1969, SSRC Conference on Economic 
Organization in Chinese Society and London-Cornell conference on Reforming 
Governments in Asia; 1969-70, research on Taiwanese local systems; current 
research on marketing habits and marriage patterns in Changhwa Hsieu, Taiwan, 
and on the social organization of traditional Chinese cities. 

Relevant Publications: "The Segmentary Structure of Urban Overseas Chinese 
Communities." 



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Degree : B.A. University of Iowa 

Languages: Chinese Hokkien, Chinese Mandarin, Japanese, Russian 

CROWLEY, JOSEPH M., Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering 
Area: Western Europe 

1965-66, NATO postdoctoral fellowship at Max Planck Institute, Germany. 
Degree : Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Languages: French, German 

CUNNINGHAM, CLARK E., Associate Professor, Anthropology 
Area : Southeast Asia, Western Europe 

1955-56, research assistant in Indonesia; 1957-59 and 1962, graduate study in 
England; 1958, library research in the Netherlands and France; 1959-61, anthro- 
pological field research in Indonesia; 1960, lecturer at Academy of Ministry of 
Interior, Indonesia; 1965-67, postdoctoral field research in Thailand; 1966, pre- 
sented paper at Pacific Science Congress in Tokyo, Japan; 1967, seminar at 
University of Singapore and lecture at Psychiatric Association of Thailand; 1968- 
70, field research and teaching at Chiengmai University, Thailand; 1969-70, 
study of implications of population growth in North Thailand; 1969-70, technical 
adviser to Ministry of Public Health in Thailand; 1970, consultant to WHO 
Malaysia on study of rural health services and addressed Asian studies staff of 
Institute of Ethnography, U.S.S.R.; current research on health and illness be- 
havior, utilization of health facilities, supernatural curing, social and cultural 
change in Southeast Asia, and socio-economic implications of population growth. 

Relevant Publications: "Urgent Research in Northern Thailand" and numerous 

other publications. 

Degrees : B.A. Yale University 

B.Lit. Oxford University (England) 

D.Phil. Oxford University (England) 
Languages : French, Dutch, Indonesian, Thai 

CURRAN, MICHAEL A., Assistant Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

Summer 1959, Experiment in International Living in Poland; 1966-67, research 
in U.S.S.R., for doctoral dissertation; current research on the grotesque satiric 
theatre of Sukhovo-Kobylin. 
Degrees: B.A. Harvard University 

M.A. Harvard University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: French, German, Polish, Russian 

DAWN, C. ERNEST, Professor, History; Campus Coordinator, Tehran Re- 
search Unit 

Area: Middle East 

1948-49, Social Science Research Council grant for research in Lebanon, Syria, 
and Jordan; 1966-67, Fulbright Fellowship for research in Lebanon, Syria, Jor- 



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dan, and Egypt; current research on the political and diplomatic history of Arab 
countries since 1914, especially from 1930 to 1950, and the political sociology of 
Arab countries, especially Syria. 

Relevant Publications: "Arab Islam in the Modern Age"; "From Ottomanism to 
Arabism"; "The Rise of Arabism in Syria," and other articles. 

Degrees: B.A. University of Tennessee at Chattanooga 

M.A. Princeton University 

Ph.D. Princeton University 
Languages: Arabic, French, German, Italian, Persian 

DAYTON, DANIEL F., Professor, Horticulture 
Area: South Asia 

September-November 1966, horticultural consultant at Uttar Pradesh Agricul- 
tural University, India, and survey of temperate fruit problems in that country; 
current research on tree fruits, diseases, culture, and rootstocks. 

Degrees : B.S. University of New Hampshire 

M.S. University of New Hampshire 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Language: German 

DEAL, CARL W., Professor, Library; Acting Director, Center for Latin- 
American Studies 

Area: Central America, South America 

1963-64, field director at University of Costa Rica for University of Kansas 
Junior Year Abroad Program; 1965, consultant to AID and Consejo Superior de 
Universidades Centro Americanos for university library development; 1966, con- 
sultant on library development for Organization of American States to the 
Colegio de Mexico; 1966, director of Summer Institute in Spanish and Latin- 
American Librarianship at the University of Illinois; 1969, consultant to the 
Office of Education for evaluation of summer intensive language programs; cur- 
rent research on sources for research on Latin America. 

Relevant Publications: "Bibliographic Aids for Collecting Current Latin-Amer- 
ican Materials" and other articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: B.A. Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia 

M.A. Mexico City College 

M.S. Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia 
Languages: Portuguese, Spanish 

DEAN, JEANNETTE B., Associate Professor, Home Economics Extension 
Area: South Asia 

1954-56, home science adviser to Allahabad Agricultural Institute, India; 1969 
to date, home science adviser to Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University, India. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Cincinnati 
M.S. Iowa State University 



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DeLEY, HERBERT C, Associate Professor, French 
Area: Western Europe 

1962-64, 1966, and 1968, research in the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris, France; 
current research on seventeenth-century French literature. 
Relevant Publications: Marcel Proust et le due de Saint-Simon. 
Degrees: Diplomes d'etudes franchises University of Paris (France) 

B.A. University of California at Los Angeles 

Ph.D. Yale University 
Languages: French, Spanish 

DeLONG, CHARLES C, Assistant Professor, Accountancy; Bursar, Business 
Affairs Office 

Area: South Asia, Middle East, Western Europe 

1958, consultant on the financing of research in Western Europe; 1960, consultant 
on financial administration of institutions of higher education in India; 1969, con- 
sultant in Iran. 

Relevant Publications: "Basic Research in Free Europe"; "Financial Administra- 
tion of an Indian Institution of Higher Education." 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 
M.S. University of Illinois 

DeMARIS, E. JOE, Professor, Accountancy 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

Spring 1970, series of seminars in Turkey and consultation with Turkish profes- 
sors, accountants, governmental representatives, and businessmen on the issue 
of establishing a capital market and development of an accounting profession; 
current research on development of Soviet accounting. 
Degrees: B.A. Whitman College 

M.S. Montana State University 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 

DENNY, TERRY, Professor, Elementary Education 
Area: International 

Current research in progress on evaluation of projects which focus on educational 

change. 

Relevent Publications: "Evaluation of the Research on Montessori Education in 

the United States May 1966 to June 1969" and other articles in related areas. 

Degrees: B.A. Wayne State University 

M.A. University of Michigan 

Ed.D. University of Illinois 
Language: Russian 

DERBER, MILTON, Professor, Labor and Industrial Relations 
Area: Middle East, Western Europe, Southwest Pacific 

1954, research in British engineering industry; 1961-62, research in British and 



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Israeli labor relations: 1968-69, research in British, Israeli, and Australian labor 
relations; October 1968, consultant at International Institute of Labour Studies 
in Geneva; 1968, lectured at Tel-Aviv University and Technion in Israel; 1969, 
lectured at universities in Australia; 1969, survey of labor research possibilities in 
Iran; current research on labor-management relations in various sectors of private 
industry and public service in England, Israel, and Australia and collaborator in 
a project of the International Institute of Labour Studies in Geneva, Switzerland. 

Relevant Publications: "Cross-Currents in Worker Participation: With Special 
Reference to England, Israel and Australia" and other publications in area of 
specialization. 

Degrees: B.A. Clark University 

M.A. University of Wisconsin 
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 

DESCHAMPS, GEORGES A., Professor, Electrical Engineering 
Area: Western Europe 

1964-65, took sabbatical leave in France and lectured at University of Paris; 
member of Union Radioscientifique Internationale and International Electro- 
technic Commission; current research on electromagnets and applied mathe- 
matics. 

Relevant Publications: Collaborator on UNESCO book, Mathematics Applied 
to Physics. 

Degree: Agregation in Mathematics Ecole Normale Superieure (France) 
Languages: French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish 

DESMOND, JOHN J., Associate Director, Engineering Experiment Station 
Area: Southeast Asia 

Summer 1965, investigation of the feasibility of developing a rural technical 
assistance program in the Philippines. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 
J.D. University of Illinois 
C.P.A. University of Illinois 



de WET, JOHANNES M. J., Professor, Agronomy and Botany 
Area: International 

1961, research in Europe; 1963, National Science Foundation grant for botanical 
research in Southeast Asia and Australia; 1965, botanical research in Africa; 1966, 
botanical research in Latin America; 1969, Guggenheim Fellowship for botanical 
research in Africa; current research on biosystematics of tropical grasses and 
origins of tropical weeds. 

Relevant Publications: Several technical articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: B.Sc. University of Pretoria (South Africa) 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Languages: Dutch, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish 



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DIXON, REBECCA G., Instructor, English 
Area: East Asia 

1948-60, teaching English as a second language at the secondary, undergraduate, 
and graduate level in Japan. 
Degrees: A. B. McKendree College 

M.A. Columbia University 
Language: Japanese 

DOUGLAS, STEPHEN A., Assistant Professor, Political Science 
Area: Southeast Asia 

1963-65, Ford Foundation training associate in the Jakarta, Indonesia, office; 
summer 1967, Center for International Comparative Studies grant to follow up 
dissertation research in Indonesia; March 1967, seminar on students and politics 
in Puerto Rico; 1969-70, CICS grant for research in Malaysia; current research 
on voluntary associations and integration in Malaysia, comparison of styles of 
political leadership of Sukano and Suharto, and educational policy in Malaysia. 
Relevant Publications: Student Activism and Political Socialization in Indonesia 
and articles on Indonesia. 
Degrees: A.B. Kansas State University 

A.M. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, Indonesian, Malay 

DOUGLASS, EDWARD F., Instructor, Radio and Television 
Area: West Africa 

1962-65, teaching and community development work in Cameroon; 1967-68, 
MUCIA grant for research on the mass media of Sierra Leone and their capacity 
to assist with agricultural development; current research on the role of the mass 
media as tools for national development. 

Relevant Publications: "Ingenuity and Water Supply: A Do-It-Yourself 
Approach." 

Degrees: B.A. University of Wisconsin 
M.A. University of Wisconsin 
Language: French 

DOVRING, FOLKE, Professor, Agricultural Economics 

Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe, Latin America 

1948-50, research in European archives on historical land systems; 1952-54, ex- 
tensive travel in southern and western Europe for comparative study of land 
systems; 1953, consultant to United Nations Economic Commission for Europe 
in Switzerland; 1954-59, United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization 
headquarters in Rome, Italy, including service travels in southern Asia, the 
Middle East, Yugoslavia, and France; 1963-64, Organization for Economic Co- 
operation and Development consultant in France; 1970, adviser to AID on land 
reform in Mexico, Hungary, and Yugoslavia; current research on land reform 
in Latin America and elsewhere, on agriculture in economic development in 



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southern Asia, on income distribution and its bearing on economic development, 

and on productivity in agriculture in general. 

Relevant Publications: "Variants and Invariants in Comparative Agricultural 

Systems" and other articles in area of specialization. 

Degree: Ph.D. University of Lund (Sweden) 

Languages: Dutch, French, German, Italian, Modern Greek, Portuguese, 

Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish 

DRAKE, JOHN W., Professor, Microbiology 
Area: Middle East, Western Europe 

1957-58, Fulbright Fellowship to Weigmann Institute in Israel; 1964-65, Guggen- 
heim Fellowship to Cambridge, England; summers 1960, 1962, and 1968, re- 
search at Oxford and Cambridge, England; current research on molecular genet- 
ics and mutation. 

Relevant Publications: The Molecular Basis of Mutation. 
Degrees: B.S. Yale University 

Ph.D. California Institute of Technology 

DREMUK, RICHARD, Associate Director for Graduate and Foreign Admis- 
sions, Office of Admissions and Records 
Area: International 

1955-58, university student conferences in various European countries; 1957 to 
date, conferences on foreign students, international exchange, and study abroad; 
summer 1957, international university conferences in El Salvador and Guate- 
mala; December 1966, grantee selection team for Latin American Scholarship 
Program of American Universities in Colombia and Panama; November-Decem- 
ber 1967, director of training workshop on the Evaluation of Asian Educational 
Credentials in Hawaii; 1968, study of Comparative Education Branch of U.S. 
Office of Education; current research on foreign students and international edu- 
cational exchange, particularly in Latin America, and research on Cambodian 
education. 

Relevant Publications: "Education in Cambodia" and several articles on financ- 
ing and admitting foreign students. 
Degrees: B.A. Hunter College, City University of New York 

M.A. New York University 
Language: Spanish 

DRUCKER, DANIEL C, Dean, College of Engineering; Professor, Civil En- 
gineering 

Area: Middle East, Western Europe, Southwest Pacific 

Summer 1952, visited technical institutions in Israel; 1954-55, attended collo- 
quiums and lectured in Switzerland, France, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Swe- 
den, England, and Scotland; 1960-61, traveled in Scandinavia and Western Eu- 
rope and lectured in Italy and England; January 1964, Ail-Union Congress of 
Theoretical and Applied Mechanics in U.S.S.R.; 1968, NATO Senior Science 
Fellowship to Spain, Turkey, Portugal, England, and Greece, and Fulbright 



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Fellowship to lecture at the University of New South Wales, Australia; 1968, 
toured Israel, India, and Thailand; 1968, All-Union Congress of Theoretical and 
Applied Mechanics Symposia in Poland and the Netherlands. 
Relevant Publications: Numerous articles and publications in area of special- 
ization. 
Degrees: B.S. Columbia University 

C.E. Columbia University 

Ph.D. Columbia University 
Languages: French, German 

DUE, JEAN M., Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: Africa, Western Europe 

1962, research in African countries with British background; 1965, research on 
the economic development of Sierra Leone; 1968, MUCIA grant for research 
in Sierra Leone, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Uganda, and Zambia; current 
research on agricultural development in Africa and methods of accelerating 
economic development internationally. 

Relevant Publications: "Agricultural Development in Ghana and the Ivory Coast 
in the 1960's" and other articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.Com. University of Toronto (Canada) 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Language: French 

DUE, JOHN F., Professor, Economics 

Area: Africa, Southeast Asia, Latin America 

Summer 1958, member of Sharp Tax Mission to Venezuela; 1962, study of tax- 
ation in Commonwealth African countries; summer 1964, study of taxation in 
East African Common Market; 1966, work on proposed sales tax in El Salvador, 
study of sales tax operation in Honduras, and United Nations conference in 
Amsterdam on taxation in developing countries; 1967, work on sales tax reform 
project in Chile and conference in Panama on taxation in Latin America; 1968, 
review of tax system of Zambia; 1969, review of sales tax in Nicaragua, confer- 
ences on indirect tax reform in Philippines, and Harvard-AID study of sales tax 
reform in Chile; current research on evaluation of indirect taxation in developing 
countries. 

Relevant Publications: Taxation and Economic Development in Tropical Africa; 
Indirect Taxation in Developing Countries; and other articles in area of 
specialization. 
Degrees: A.B. University of California (Berkeley) 

A.M. George Washington University 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Languages: French, Spanish 

DUFFY, CHRISTOPHER G., Director, Students Abroad Office 
Area: Latin America 

Summer 1964, thesis research on politization of Peruvian Indians; current re- 



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search on undergraduate non-western studies programs and Cuban higher 
education. 

Degrees: B.A. St. Francis College 

M.A. Indiana University 

Ed.D. Indiana University 
Languages: French, Spanish 

DUNATOV, RASIO, Assistant Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

Summer 1968, research and interviews concerning language developments in 
Yugoslavia and Center for International Comparative Studies grant to investigate 
the Serbo-Croatian language controversy of 1967; summer 1969, leader of a study 
abroad program in Yugoslavia and U.S.S.R.; current research on the history of 
the Serbo-Croatian literary language. 

Degrees: B.A. University of Washington 

Ph.D. University of Washington 
Languages: German, Russian, Serbo-Croatian 

DUNN, FLOYD, Professor, Electrical Engineering, and Physiology and Bio- 
physics 

Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

Fall 1965, consultations, conferences, and lectures in Belgium, France, and Great 
Britain; summer 1967, National Science Foundation grant for consultations, con- 
ferences, and lectures in Czechoslovakia, France, Belgium, and Great Britain; 
1968-69, research, seminars, lectures, and conferences in Wales; current research 
on interaction of ultrasound and biological media. 

Relevant Publications: "Interaction of Ultrasound and Tissue." 

Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German 

DUNN, S. WATSON, Professor, Advertising 

Area: North Africa, Canada, Western Europe 

1946-47, teaching at University of Western Ontario, Canada; 1959-60, Fulbright 
Fellowship to lecture in France; 1964-66, supervised study of cross-cultural com- 
munications in France and Egypt; current research on the decision-making process 
in regard to advertising and marketing in U.S. multinational corporations. 

Relevant Publications: International Handbook of Advertising and several 
articles in related areas. 

Degrees: A. B. Harvard University 

M.B.A. Harvard University 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Language: French 



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DZUIK, PHILIP J., Professor, Animal Science 
Area: Western Europe 

1961-62, Lalor Foundation grant to do research and lecture in England; 1961, 
1964, and 1968, conferences and visits to the Netherlands, France, Italy, and 
Ireland; current research on reproductive physiology in sheep and pigs. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Minnesota 

M.S. University of Minnesota 

Ph.D. University of Minnesota 
Languages : French, German 

EASLEY, JOHN A., JR., Professor, Elementary Education 
Area: Southeast Asia, Western Europe, Southwest Pacific 

1950-51, Principal of Marshall Islands Intermediate School; 1961-62, Peace 
Corps trainer in Philippines; July 1964, Conference on Philosophy of Science in 
London; 1968, studied at University of Geneva and visited European centers 
of curriculum development; 1970, Office of International Programs in Education 
grant for research in Sierra Leone on cognitive development. 

Degrees: B.S. Wake Forest University 

M.Ed. University of Hawaii 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Language: French 

EASTMAN, LLOYD E., Associate Professor, History 
Area: East Asia 

1960-62, research in Taiwan; 1968, Social Science Research Council grant for 
research in Japan; 1969, research in Taiwan and Hong Kong; current research 
on political and intellectual history of China during the Nationalist period, 

1927-47. 

Relevant Publications: Throne and Mandarins and articles on Chinese political 
history. 

Degrees : B.A. Pacific Lutheran College 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: Chinese, French, Japanese 

ECKERT, CHARLES A., Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering 
Area: Western Europe 

1964-65, postdoctoral research in France; June 1965, presented paper on chem- 
ical engineering at international conference in London; August 1965, interna- 
tional conference in France; current research on molecular thermodynamics. 

Relevant Publications: Several articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: S.B. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Languages: French, German, Italian 



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ENGELGAU, GARY R., Assistant Director, Office of Admissions and Records 
Area: North Africa 

1965-67, counselor at Cairo American College in the United Arab Republic. 

Degrees: B.A. University of Michigan 
M.A. University of Michigan 

ERICKSON, HERMAN, Professor, Labor and Industrial Relations, and Divi- 
sion of University Extension 
Area: Western Europe 

August-September 1954, UNESCO conference in Denmark; 1954-55, Fulbright 
Fellowship to study workers education in Sweden; 1955, Labor Education Con- 
ference in Norway; current research on economics, adult education, and the labor 
movement. 

Relevant Publications: "Adult Education and Swedish Political Leadership." 
Degree: M.A. University of Minnesota 
Languages: Norwegian, Swedish 

ERLANGER, MARGARET, Professor, Dance 

Area: East Asia, Western Europe, Southwest Pacific 

1943-45, directed recreation for the American Red Cross in hospitals in England 
and France; summer 1952, studied modern dance in West Berlin and Switzer- 
land; 1953, Fulbright Fellowship to lecture and establish modern dance pro- 
gram at University of Otago, New Zealand; summer 1956, studied modern dance 
in West Berlin and Switzerland; 1961-62, studied Japanese drama and dance at 
Waseda University in Tokyo; summer 1966, studied modern dance in West 
Berlin; currently writing a book including experiences in various countries. 

Relevant Publications: Contemporary Dance in New Zealand, A Pioneering 
Experience and other books on dance. 

Degrees: B.A. Wellesley College 

M.A. University of Rochester 

M.S. University of Wisconsin 
Language: French 

EVANS, JAMES F., Associate Professor, Agricultural Communications and 
Journalism 

Area: Latin America 

1963 to date, coordination of training programs for agricultural communicators 
from various countries; June- July 1970, exploratory visits to seven Latin-Amer- 
ican countries; current research on graduate-level education in communication. 

Degrees: B.S. Iowa State University 

M.B.A. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, Spanish 



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FALCOFF, MARK, Visiting Lecturer, History 
Area: South America 

Summer 1966, Ford Foundation grant for research in Chile; 1967-68, research 
in Argentina and Spain; summer 1970, research in Argentina; current research on 
Argentina in the 1930's, particularly on the intelligentsia and the decline of 
Argentine liberalism. 

Degrees: B.A. University of Missouri 

M.A. Princeton University 

Ph.D. Princeton University 
Languages: French, Portuguese, Spanish 

FEHRENBACHER, JOE B., Professor, Agronomy 
Area: South Asia, Southeast Asia, Canada 

1965, soils adviser to Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University, India, and helped 
initiate soil survey program there; October 1965, soils field study at University 
of Philippines and International Rice Research Institute, Philippines; 1966-69, 
supervised dissertation and thesis on Indian soils; summer 1967, field conference 
and soils study in Saskatchewan and Alberta, Canada; current research on 
classification of land on a productivity rating basis in India. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Geomorphology, Stratigraphy, and Soils of 
the Gola River Fan of Uttar Pradesh, India" and other articles in area of 
specialization. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. Purdue University 
Language: German 

FELLMANN, JEROME D., Professor, Geography 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1961, field study of cities in U.S.S.R.; 1966, Pan American Institute of Geog- 
raphy and History conference in Argentina; current research on Soviet urban 
geography. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Chicago 

M.S. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Languages: French, Russian, Spanish 

FENVES, STEVEN J., Professor, Civil Engineering 

Area: Western Europe, Central America, South America 

Summer 1965, visiting professor at National University of Mexico; summer 1966, 
National Science Foundation grant to lecture in England and Belgium; January 
1969, lecturer in Chile; 1969 to date, consultant to the government of Colombia; 
summer 1970, visiting professor at National University of Mexico; current re- 
search on the application of computers to engineering design and management. 



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Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German, Hungarian, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish 

FERBER, ROBERT, Professor, Business Administration and Economics; Direc- 
tor, Survey Research Laboratory 
Area: Latin America 

1963-70, research and consultation for AID and for the Brookings Institution on 

projects connected with the feasibility of economic integration in Latin America; 

current research on consumption and income levels in the urban areas of Latin 

America. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of Research Methods in Economics and 

Business. 

Degrees: B.S. City College of New York 

M.A. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Language: Spanish 

FERRIS, DEAM H., Associate Professor, Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene, 
and Veterinary Research and Extension 

Area: North Africa, Middle East, Western Europe 

1964-66, assistant team leader at Near East Animal Health Institute, United 
Nations Food and Agriculture Organization Special Fund Expert on virology 
and epidemiology, conducted field and laboratory research and classes and 
training program; 1964, Virology Institute in Cairo; 1965, Virology Institute in 
Tehran and Cairo, and established Animal Colony in Cairo; current research 
on a serologic test and vaccine for malaria and on transmissible gastroenteritis 
of swine. 

Relevant Publications: Numerous publications and articles in area of special- 
ization. 
Degrees : A.B. Drake University 

M.A. Drake University 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 
Languages: Arabic, German 

FETT, GILBERT H., Professor, Electrical Engineering 
Area: South Asia 

1961-64, Chief of AID party in Kharagpur, India. 
Degree: Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German 

FIELDS, A. BELDEN, Assistant Professor, Political Science 
Area: Western Europe 

1963-65, dissertation research on students and politics in France and studied at 
the Foundation Nationale des Sciences Politiques in Paris; 1967, International 



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Conference on students and politics in Puerto Rico; 1968, Center for Inter- 
national Comparative Studies and Brookings Institution grants for research on 
student uprising in Paris; current research on the causes and effects of student 
activism and opposition movement in industrialized countries. 
Relevant Publications: "The Revolution Betrayed: The French Student Revolt 
of May- June 1968" and Student Politics in France. 
Degrees: A.B. University of Illinois 

M.A. Yale University 

Ph.D. Yale University 
Language: French 

FINDLEY, ROGER W., Professor, Law 
Area: Central America, South America 

Summer 1967, summer courses on Mexican and Latin-American law at Institute 
of Comparative Law, National University of Mexico; summer 1969, Center for 
Latin-American Studies research on procedures of the land reform agency 
for tilling rural lands in Colombia. 
Degrees: A.B. DePauw University 

J.D. University of Michigan 
Language: Spanish 

FINNEY, ROSS L., Associate Professor, Mathematics 
Area: East Africa, West Africa 

March 1962, conference on the writing of new mathematics at University of 
Ibadan, Nigeria; summer 1962, chairman of Curriculum Committee of Entebbe 
Mathematics Workshop in Uganda; summers 1965 and 1966, chairman of group 
at Mombasa Mathematics Workshop that produced program for four-year sec- 
ondary schools in Kenya; summer 1967, lecturer at Nairobi Teacher-Training 
Institute in Kenya; March 1968 and December 1969, lecturer at teacher training 
institutes in Sierra Leone; consultant, writer and lecturer for AID's African 
Mathematics Program. 

Relevant Publications: Secondary C One Algebra and other student texts and 
teachers' guides published for the African Mathematics Program of Educational 
Services. 
Degrees: B.A. University of Michigan 

M.A. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. University of Michigan 
Languages: French, German, Italian 



FISHER, RALPH T., JR., Professor, History; Director, Russian and East Euro- 
pean Center 

Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1955, interviewed Russian refugees in Germany; 1958 and 1959, negotiations on 
cultural exchanges with U.S.S.R.; 1964-65, research in Austria and U.S.S.R. 
for the U.S. Office of Education; 1965, research in Austria and U.S.S.R.; current 



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research on Russian political and social institutions 1855-1917 and especially 
1855-1881. 

Relevant Publications: Pattern for Soviet Youth. A Study of the Congresses of 
the Komosomol; edited Dictionary of Russian Historical Terms from the 
Eleventh Century to 1917. 

Degrees: B.A. University of California (Berkeley) 

M.A. University of California (Berkeley) 

Certificate Russian Institute, Columbia University 

Ph.D. Columbia University 
Languages: French, German, Russian 

FISHER, ROBERT N., Assistant Professor, Art 
Area: East Asia, Western Europe 

1961-62, Fulbright Fellowship to study design and architecture in Norway and 
Scandinavia; 1962-63, study of design and architecture in Italy; 1961-63, study 
of European art and architecture; summer 1966, study of archeology and archi- 
tecture in Mexico; current research on general ecology, man and society, phi- 
losophy, and art. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of The Design Continuum: An Approach to 
Understanding Visual Forms. 

Degrees: B.Sc. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
M.Ind.Des. Syracuse University 

FLANAGAN, JOHN T., Professor, English 

Area: East Asia, Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

1952, Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship to lecture at University of Kyoto, Ja- 
pan; 1952, attended Conference of Americanists in Holland; 1952-53, Fulbright 
Fellowship to lecture in France; summer 1955, lectured in France; 1960-61, Ful- 
bright Fellowship to lecture at universities in Belgium; 1963, lectured at univer- 
sities in U.S.S.R.; 1968, arranged lectures at nine German universities. 

Relevant Publications: "Russian Tour: I Was a Multilateral Exchange Partici- 
pant" and other articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: B.A. University of Minnesota 

M.A. University of Minnesota 

Ph.D. University of Minnesota 
Languages: French, German 

FLIEGEL, FREDERICK C, Professor, Agricultural Economics and Sociology 
Area: South Asia, South America 

1962-63, Fulbright Fellowship for teaching and research in Brazil; 1964, confer- 
ence in Mexico; 1966 and 1967, research in India; current research on value 
differences as related to modernization. 

Relevant Publications: Agricultural Innovations in Indian Villages and numer- 
ous articles and publications in area of specialization. 



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Degrees: B.A. University of Wisconsin 

M.A. University of Wisconsin 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 
Languages: German, Portuguese, Spanish 

FOLK, HUGH, Professor, Economics, and Labor and Industrial Relations 
Area: International 

1965-66, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development consultant, 
Division of Scientific Affairs; 1966, presented paper at government conference 
on high level manpower; 1965-66, senior lecturer at University of Essex in En- 
gland; 1969, research on engineering education and industrial requirements in 
Mexico; 1969-70, Center for International Comparative Studies research on 
brain drain, especially from Near East; currently Director of Program on Social 
Implications of Science and Technology and research on economics of brain 
drain, and on manpower and education planning in underdeveloped countries. 

Relevant Publications: Numerous articles and publications in area of special- 
ization. 

Degrees: B.S. Georgia Institute of Technology 

M.S. Georgia Institute of Technology 

Ph.D. Duke University 
Languages: French, German, Spanish 



FORSTER, MERLIN H., Professor, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 
Area: Latin America 

1965-66, sabbatical leave for research in Mexico City; summers 1967, 1968, and 
1969, Director of Study Abroad Program in Mexico City; current research on 
Mexican and twentieth-century Latin-American literature. 

Relevant Publications: Los "Contemporaneos" : 1920-1932; An Index to Mexican 
Literary Periodicals; La Muerte En La Poesia Mexicana: Antologia Tematica. 

Degrees: B.A. Brigham Young University 

A.M. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, Portuguese, Spanish 

FOSSUM, ROBERT M., Associate Professor, Mathematics 
Area: Western Europe 

1967-68, Fulbright Fellowship for algebra research in Norway; 1968-69, Professor 
at University of Oslo, Norway, and lectured in Denmark, England, the Nether- 
lands, and Sweden. 

Degrees: B.A. St. Olaf College 

A.M. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. University of Michigan 
Languages: Danish, French, German, Norwegian, Swedish 



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FOSTER, FRED W., Professor, Geography 

Area: North Africa, Middle East, Western Europe 

1953-54, Fulbright Fellowship to Egypt; 1963-64, Fulbright Fellowship to study 
population and land use in Turkey; currently writing a book on Middle East 
geography. 

Degrees: A.B. University of Michigan 

M.S. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. University of Michigan 
Language: French 

FRAENKEL, GOTTFRIED S., Entomology 

Area: East Asia, South Asia, Western Europe 

1954, and 1968, visits to India sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation and 
UNESCO; April-July 1968, visiting professor at University of Paris, France; 
lecturing and research in France, Italy, Germany, Israel, India, and Japan; brief 
lecturing visits to Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Thailand. 
Degree: Ph.D. University of Munich (Germany) 
Languages: French, German, Hebrew, Italian 

FRANCESCATO, MARTHA P., Assistant Professor, Spanish, Italian, and 
Portuguese 

Area: Latin America 

1948-57, high school and undergraduate training in Buenos Aires, Argentina; 
1959-64, taught at various schools in Argentina; current research on writings of 
contemporary Latin-American writers. 

Relevant Publications: "Julio Cortazar y un Modelo Para Armar ya Armado"; 
"Teoria y Realization del Esperpento en 'Martes de Carnaval.' " 
Degrees: A.M. University of Illinois 
Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish 

FRANCIS, GEORGE K., Assistant Professor, Mathematics 
Area: Western Europe 

1956, attended lectures in Austria and Germany; summers 1959, 1960, 1961, and 
1963, attended lectures and gave a seminar report at Munich, Germany. 
Relevant Publications: "The Folded Ribbon Theorem. A Contribution to the 
Study of Immersed Circles." 
Degrees: B.S. University of Notre Dame 

A.M. Harvard University 

Ph.D. University of Michigan 
Languages: French, German 

FRANKEL, MARVIN, Professor, Economics 

Area: Southeast Asia, Western Europe, South America 

1951-52, research in Britain on comparative productivity; 1962, research in Ge- 



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neva on comparative productivity measures for the International Labor Organi- 
zation; January-February 1965, consultation for AID in the Philippines and 
Thailand on small industries technical assistance programs; summer 1965, con- 
sultation for AID in northeast Brazil on small industries technical assistance 
programs. 

Relevant Publications: International Productivity Comparisons: A Brief Survey 
of Some Methodological and Statistical Considerations. 
Degrees: A.B. University of California (Berkeley) 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Language: French 

GARA, LILY C, Assistant Professor, Library 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

Relevant Publications: Abstracts of Hungarian periodicals. 

Degree : M.S. University of Illinois 

Languages: French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Latin 

GARDNER, KARL E., Associate Dean, College of Agriculture; Professor, 
Dairy Science 

Area: West Africa, South Asia, Middle East 

1957-58, National Institutes of Health nutritional survey in Turkey; 1961, NIH 

nutritional survey in the West Indies; 1963-64, Njala University College in Sierra 

Leone; 1967, Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University in India. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Education and Agricultural Development 

in Sierra Leone" and "Nutrition Survey — The West Indies." 

Degrees: B.S. Purdue University 

M.S. Cornell University 

Ph.D. Cornell University 

GARLAND, JOHN H., Professor, Geography 
Area: Canada, Western Europe, Caribbean 

1931, industrial field studies in England and Scotland; 1970, studies in rural 
England, Scotland, and Wales; current research on the dry southwest United 
States and on the St. Lawrence Valley and Maritime Provinces of Canada. 
Degrees : Ph.B. University of Chicago 

M.S. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Languages: French, German 

GARMAN, PHILLIPS L., Professor, Labor and Industrial Relations 
Area: East Asia, Western Europe 

1956, Fulbright Fellowship for research in adult education and workers education 
at University of London, England; 1963-64, Ford Foundation grant for teaching 
and research in industrial relations at Keio University, Tokyo, Japan; current 
research on industrial relations and unions in Japan and labor-management rela- 
tions in the public service of Great Britain. 



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Relevant Publications: Co-author of Report of the Survey Team in Adult and 
Workers Education; author of "The Japanese Labor Movement and Leadership 
Education"; "The Relevance of the American Labor Movement's Experience to 
Japanese Labor Problems." 
Degrees : B.A. University of Wisconsin 
M.A. University of Wisconsin 
Languages : French, Japanese 

GARRIGUS, UPSON S., Professor, Animal Science 
Area: Western Europe 

December 1944, lectured and attended seminars at the University of Paris; Au- 
gust 1966, lectured and attended seminars in Great Britain and Ireland. 
Relevant Publications: "Serving the Seventies: A Brief for Biuret" and other 
articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Connecticut 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German 

GARVEY, JOHN C, Professor, Music 

Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

1949, Walden Quartet tour of Germany and Austria; 1966, contemporary music 
tour of Poland, Germany, France, and England; 1968, U.S. State Department 
Jazz Tour of Romania, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Austria, Finland, Sweden, 
Norway, and Ireland; 1969, U.S. State Department Jazz Tour of U.S.S.R.; cur- 
rent research on national musics and their past and potential influence on jazz. 
Relevant Publications: Forthcoming "Soviet Life" and "Amerika Illustrated" 
(U.S.S.R. and Polish editions). 
Language: German 

GERSHEM, MARTIN, Instructor, Journalism 
Area: Africa, Southeast Asia, Middle East 

1949-70, newspaper correspondent in Panama, Mexico, Guam, Libya, Ethiopia, 
Israel, East Pakistan, Vietnam, all of Western Europe, and other countries 
throughout the world; current research on Vietnam. 

Relevant Publications: Destroy or Die: The True Story of My Lai (forthcoming). 
Degrees : B.S. New York University 
M.A. Columbia University 
Language: French 

GILES, EUGENE, Associate Professor, Anthropology 
Area: Central America, Southwest Pacific 

1962-63, field research on human genetics in New Guinea; 1965, field research on 
human genetics in Mexico; 1966, field research on human genetics in the Solo- 
mon Islands; postdoctoral fellowship in demography at Australian National Uni- 
versity and field research on population genetics and variation and on osteology. 



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Relevant Publications: "Human Cerumen Types in Mexico and New Guinea" 
and other articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees : A.B. Harvard University 

M.A. University of California (Berkeley) 

A.M. Harvard University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: French, Neo-Melanesian, Spanish 

GILLESPIE, ROBERT W., Associate Professor, Economics 
Area: Western Europe 

1967, Center for International Comparative Studies research on the policies of 
England, France, and Germany toward inward foreign direct investment; current 
research on the international technological and economic evolution of the aircraft 
gas-turbine. 

Relevant Publications: "The Policies of England, France and Germany as Recip- 
ients of Foreign Direct Investment." 
Degrees: A.B. Stanford University 

Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

GINGRICH, JOSEPH R., Associate Professor, Agronomy 
Area: South Asia, Southeast Asia 

1966-68, AID soils adviser in South Vietnam; 1968 to date, soil science adviser 
at Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University, India; current research on soil science, 
and soil and water management. 
Degrees: B.S. Kansas State University 

M.S. Kansas State University 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 

GLAD, BETTY, Associate Professor, Political Science 
Area: International 

1964 and 1968, traveled in Europe and Mexico; 1967, United States Information 
Agency academic liaison work; summer 1970, Defense Department trip to South- 
east Asia; current research on decision-making models of American foreign policy. 
Relevant Publications: Charles Evans Hughes and the Illusion of Innocence: 
A Study in American Diplomacy and other publications in area of specialization. 
Degrees : B.A. University of Utah 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Language: French 

GLADNEY, FRANK Y., Associate Professor, Linguistics, and Slavic Languages 
and Literatures 

Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1961-62, dissertation research at Warsaw University in Poland; 1962 and 1970, 
brief visits to Russian Language Institute in Moscow and Moscow State Univer- 
sity; 1969-70, research at Academy of Sciences in Prague, Czechoslovakia; cur- 
rent research on Russian and Polish grammar. 



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Relevant Publications: "Some Rules for Nasals in Polish"; "A Note on Pre-posed 

Participles in Russian." 

Degrees: A.B. Harvard University 

A.M. Harvard University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: Czech, French, German, Polish, Russian 

GOLDSTEIN, LADISLAS, Professor, Electrical Engineering 
Area: Western Europe 

1928-40, research and teaching at University of Paris Institute of Radium, 
France; May-June, 1958, visiting professor at University of Rome, Italy; 1957- 
58, 1963-64, and 1967-68, visiting professor at University of Paris; current re- 
search on plasma physics and quantum electronics. 
Relevant Publications: Numerous articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. College-City of Nagyvarad (Hungary) 

M.S. University of Paris (France) 

M.A. University of Paris ( France ) 

D.Sc. University of Paris ( France ) 
Languages : French, German, Hungarian 

GOODMAN, WILLIAM I., Professor, Urban and Regional Planning 

Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe, Central America 

1960 to date, International Federation of Housing and Planning Conferences in 
San Juan, Paris, Arnhem, Jerusalem, and Berlin; 1961, consultant to the govern- 
ment of Costa Rica and research on planning in a small nation; 1962-63, pro- 
fessor at University of Durham, England, Fulbright Fellowship for research on 
intergovernmental relations in British planning, and lecturer at Universities of 
Oxford, Edinburgh, and Glasgow; 1963, study of new towns in Britain; 1967, 
study of new towns in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe; current research on 
regional and national planning and intergovernmental relations. 
Relevant Publications: "Points of Tension in British Town and Country Plan- 
ning" and other articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees : A.B. Wayne State University 

M.P.A. Wayne State University 

M.C.P. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Language: German 

GOULD, HAROLD A., Professor, Anthropology 
Area: South Asia 

1954-55, Fulbright Fellowship to India; 1959-62, postdoctoral research in India; 
1966-67, Faculty Research Fellowship to the American Institute of Indian Stud- 
ies; summer 1969, MUCIA research fellowship; current research on political be- 
havior in India and social stratification and mobility in cross-cultural perspective. 
Degrees: B.A. University of Rhode Island 

M.A. Ohio State University 

Ph.D. Washington University 
Languages : French, Hindi, Sanskrit 



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GOULD, KETAYUN H., Assistant Professor, Social Work 
Area: South Asia 

1966-67, National Institute of Mental Health grant for research in the sexual 
practices and reproductive decisions in a village in northern India; summer 1969, 
MUCIA grant for further research in the same village; current research on fer- 
tility performance of an indigenous urban sub-culture, the Parsis of India, sexual 
practices and reproductive decisions in a north Indian village, and effects of 
structural changes in the family on fertility behavior, the developmental cycle 
model. 

Relevant Publications: "Family Planning: A Politically Suicidal Issue" and 
other articles in area of research. 
Degree: Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh 
Languages: Gujerati, Hindi 

GOVINDJEE, Professor, Botany, and Physiology and Biophysics 
Area: South Asia, Western Europe 

1954-56, lecturer at the University of Allahabad in India; 1961 and 1965, lec- 
tured in India; 1968, research in France and lectured in India; 1969, Woodrow 
Wilson Fellowship to International Conference on Blue-Green Algae in India and 
lectured in India. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of Photosynthesis and author of other books in 
this area. 
Degrees: B.Sc. University of Allahabad (India) 

M.Sc. University of Allahabad (India) 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages : French, Hindi 

GRABER, JEAN W., Assistant Professor, Animal Science 
Area: Central America 

Current research on neuroendocrinology, endocrinology, and ornithology. 
Relevant Publications: "Yellow-Headed Vulture in Tamaulipas, Mexico"; Co- 
author of "Winter Observations of Birds in Oaxaca, Mexico"; author of other 
articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. Washburn University 

M.A. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. University of Oklahoma 
Languages: German, Spanish 

GRAY, JOHN W., Professor, Mathematics 
Area: Western Europe 

1966-67, National Science Foundation grant for research and lecturing in Swit- 
zerland and Germany. 
Degrees: B.A. Swarthmore College 
Ph.D. Stanford University 
Languages: French, German 



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GROSSMAN, MICHAEL, Assistant Professor, Dairy Science 
Area: Middle East, South America 

August 1969, consultation on poultry breeding at Yavne Poultry Farm, Israel; 
July- August 1970, OAS grant for lecturing on plant and animal breeding at In- 
stitute de Fitotecnia, Argentina; seminars at experiment stations and at Faculty 
of Agronomy in Argentina and seminar in Brazil; current research on animal 
breeding and population genetics. 
Degrees : B.S. City College of New York 

M.S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute 

Ph.D. Purdue University 
Language: German 

GROVE, DAVID C, Associate Professor, Anthropology 
Area: Central America 

1958, 1963, 1969, and 1970, archaeological work in Mexico; 1966-67, Ford 
Foundation grant for archaeological investigation in Mexico; current research on 
archaeological investigations into the Formative Period in the prehistory of 
Mexico. 

Relevant Publications: "The San Pablo Pantheon Mound: A Middle Preclassic 

Site in Morelos, Mexico"; "The Olmec Paintings of Oxtotitlan Cave, Guerrero, 

Mexico." 

Degrees: B.A. University of California at Los Angeles 

M.A. University of California at Los Angeles 

Ph.D. University of California at Los Angeles 
Language: Spanish 

GUBACK, THOMAS H., Research Associate Professor, Institute of Communi- 
cations Research; Associate Professor, Journalism 
Area: Canada, Western Europe 

1962-63, research in western Europe; summer 1967, research in western Europe 
April 1968, presented paper at seminar on the Common Market and the film 
industries of member nations in Belgium; July 1969, presented paper at seminar 
on international communications in Finland; summer 1970, research in western 
Europe; current research on international trade in motion pictures, on subsidiza- 
tion of communications industry in Europe, on film production in Europe, on 
movement of American business into Europe, and on application of communica- 
tions theory to the European Economic Community. 

Relevant Publications: The International Film Industry; "American Interests in 
the British Film Industry." 
Degrees : B.A. Rutgers University 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, Italian, Spanish 

GUITHER, HAROLD D., Associate Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: Middle East, Canada 

1964-66, consultant to University AID contract in Jordan; 1966-68, research in 



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rural development by universities, a world-wide CIC-AID rural development 
research project; 1968-69, research in institution building for Midwest Universi- 
ties Consortium for International Activities, Inc.; current research on agricultural 
policy, institution building, and technical assistance. 

Relevant Publications: Mission Overseas and articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 

GURFINKEL, GERMAN R., Associate Professor, Civil Engineering 
Area: South Asia, Caribbean 

1959-61, professor at University of Havana, Cuba; 1967, 1968, and 1969, summer 
institutes in India. 

Relevant Publications: Numerous articles and publications in area of special- 
ization. 
Degrees : Ingeniero Civil University of Havana ( Cuba ) 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Language: Spanish 

GUTTENBERG, ALBERT Z., Professor, Urbana and Regional Planning 
Area: Western Europe, Canada 

1967-68, consultant on land use in Canada; summer 1970, seminars and lec- 
turing in Italy; current research on urban structure and growth theory, on land 
use classification and evaluation, on semantics and linguistic aspects of urban 
planning, and on history and sociology of urban planning. 

Relevant Publications: Explorations into Urban Structure and articles and pub- 
lications on urban planning. 
Degree: A. B. Harvard University 
Language: French 

HADLEY, HENRY H., Professor, Agronomy 
Area: International 

Supervised research of students from India, Taiwan, the Philippines, and 
Mexico; current research on sorghum and soybean genetics pertinent to India 
and Africa. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. Texas A & M University 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Language: French 

HAGEMAN, RICHARD H., Professor, Agronomy 
Area: Western Europe, Caribbean 

1947-50, field and laboratory research in Puerto Rico on rotenone producing 
crops, vanilla, and bamboo; 1960-61, research, seminars, and conferences at the 



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University of Bristol, England; February 1970, Rockfeller grant for work on 
Mexican races of corn; current research on improvement of com hybrids adapted 
to the tropics. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Starch and Other Carbohydrates in Rela- 
tion to Powder-Post Beetle Infestation in Freshly Harvested Bamboo" and author 
of numerous other articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: B.S. Kansas State University 

M.S. Oklahoma State University 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Languages: French, German 

HAGER, LOWELL P., Professor, Biochemistry 
Area: East Asia, Western Europe 

1959-60, Guggenheim Fellowship for postdoctoral study at Oxford University, 
England, and Max Planck Institute for Zellchemie, Vienna, Austria; 1967, Inter- 
national Congress of Biochemistry in Tokyo, Japan; current research on enzyme 
characterization, biochemical mechanisms, microbiological chemistry, and Heme 
proteins. 

Degrees: B.A. Valparaiso University 

M.A. University of Kansas 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Language: German 

HAIGHT, GILBERT P., Professor, Chemistry 
Area: Western Europe 

1947-48, Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, England; 1960-61, visiting scien- 
tist in Copenhagen; 1968, conference and travel in Israel; current research on 
chemical education and inorganic chemistry. 

Relevant Publications: Basic Principles of Chemistry; Introduction to Physical 
Science and other publications in area of specialization. 

Degrees: A.B. Stanford University 

Ph.D. Princeton University 
Languages: Danish, French, German 

HALCROW, HAROLD G., Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: Africa, South Asia, Latin America 

1955 and 1970, International Conference of Agricultural Economists; March- 
April 1966, study of rural university development in Latin America; summer 
1966 and June 1967, research on marketing staple food in tropical Africa; fall 
1967, Ford Foundation grant for seminars and consultation on agricultural 
economics programs in India; 1969, consulted and lectured in agricultural uni- 
versities in Sierra Leone and India; current research on policies for economic 
development. 

Relevant Publications: "Agricultural Development Potentials" and other articles 
in area of specialization. 



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Degrees: B.S. North Dakota State University 

M.S. Montana State University 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Languages: French, German 

HANDLER, PAUL, Professor, Electrical Engineering and Physics 
Area: Western Europe 

One-year sabbatical in France; 1960-61, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial 
Fellowship in physics; current research on teaching of populating dynamics to 
non-mathematics oriented students, government officials, and foreign nationals on 
the Plato system. 

Degrees: M.S. University of Chicago 
Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Language: French 

HANSEN, EDWIN L., Professor, Agricultural Engineering 
Area: East Asia, Middle East 

1946-47, member of the Agricultural Engineering Committee to China, taught 
at University of Nanking, and did research at National Agricultural Research 
Bureau; 1948, Agricultural Engineering for Overseas Consultants, Inc., in Iran, 
preparing a seven-year development plan; current research on family housing. 
Degrees: B.S. Iowa State University 
M.S. University of Illinois 

HARLAN, JACK R., Professor, Agronomy 
Area: International 

1948, U.S. Department of Agriculture plant exploration in Near East; 1960-61, 
USDA plant exploration in Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and Ethiopia; 1964, 
archaeology in Turkey, Israel, and Yugoslavia; 1966-67, AID project in India; 
1967-68, plant exploration in West Africa; 1967, 1969, and 1970, United Nations 
Food and Agriculture Organization Germ Plasm Conservation in Rome; 1969-70, 
plant exploration in East Africa; 1970, archaeology in Iran; current research on 
origin and evolution of African plant domesticates, especially cereals, on origin 
and evolution of Near Eastern plant domesticates, especially wheat and barley, 
and on origin of maize. 

Relevant Publications: "Ethophia: A Center of Diversity" and several other 
articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. George Washington University 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Languages: French, German, Spanish 

HARMS, ALFRED G., Associate Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: West Africa, South Asia 

1968-69, visiting professor of farm management at Uttar Pradesh Agricultural 
University, India; July 1970, consultant in farm management at Njala University 
College, Sierra Leone; October 1970, specialist in farm management and agri- 



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business, Njala University College, Sierra Leone; current research on farm 
records and analysis in Sierra Leone. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 

HARSHBARGER, KENNETH E., Professor, Dairy Science 
Area: West Africa, Southeast Asia, Central America 

Spring 1957, Nutrition Survey Team to Philippine Islands; fall 1960, Nutrition 
Survey Team to Thailand; February and March 1965, Nutrition Survey Team to 
Nigeria; October 1965, Nutrition Survey Team to El Salvador. 
Relevant Publications: Reports of nutrition surveys published by National Insti- 
tute of Health. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 

HAY, PETER, Professor, Law; Director, Office of Graduate and Internationa] 
Legal Studies 

Area: North Africa, Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

1959-60, Ford Foundation Fellowship for study at Universities of Gottingen and 
Heidelberg, Germany; summer 1964, Center for International Comparative 
Studies grant for Common Market research in Luxembourg and Brussels; 1966, 
visiting professor of law at University of Freiburg, Germany; 1966 and 1970, 
United States National Reporter at Comparative Law Congresses in Italy and 
Sweden; current research on development policies of the European Common 
Market toward North Africa and other countries of the Mediterranean Basin, 
on unification of law through The Hague Conference and the Rome Institute, 
and on judicial and administrative coordination and integration in the Common 
Market. 

Relevant Publications: Edited International Trade, Investment and Organization 
and numerous other publications. 
Degrees : B.A. University of Michigan 
J.D. University of Michigan 
Languages: French, German, Italian, Spanish 

HAY, RALPH C, Professor, Agricultural Engineering 
Area: South Asia 

1954-56, Chief of Party and Agricultural Engineering Adviser to University con- 
tract in India; 1959 and 1961, executive visits to India on AID contracts; 1962-64 
and 1969-70, Agricultural Engineering Adviser and consultant in India; current 
research on agricultural engineering education and on drainage in India. 
Relevant Publications: Co-author of "The Role of Soil and Water Engineering 
in Improving Use of Agricultural Machinery" and author of other articles. 
Degrees: B.S. Kansas State University 

M.S. Michigan State University 



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HAY, WILLIAM W., Professor, Geology 

Area: Middle East, Western Europe, Caribbean 

1953-54, undergraduate student in Munich, Germany; 1955-56, graduate fellow- 
ship to University of Zurich, Switzerland; 1959-60, postdoctoral fellowship to 
University of Basel, Switzerland; 1962 and 1964-67, cooperative project with 
Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences; 1964-68, National Science Foundation grant 
for ecologic survey of Bimini, Bahamas; 1968, guest lecturer at Hebrew Univer- 
sity, Jerusalem; 1969, deep sea drilling project in the Southwest Atlantic Ocean 
and Caribbean Sea; 1970, guest lecturer at University of London; many inter- 
national conferences; current research on micropaleontology of deep sea sedi- 
ments. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Calcareous Nannofossils in the Pliocene of 
Italy" and several other articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: B.S. Southern Methodist University 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. Stanford University 
Languages: French, German 

HEINRICHS, WALDO H., Professor, History 
Area: East Asia, Middle East 

July 1969, conference on U.S.-Japanese relations in Japan; January 1970, con- 
ference on U.S. -East Asian relations in Mexico; current research on American- 
East Asian relations and on elite behavior in American foreign relations. 

Relevant Publications: "American Arms Policy from Hiroshima to the Lucky 
Dragon"; "The Griswold Theory of Our Far Eastern Policy: A Commentary"; 
American Ambassador; Joseph C. Grew and the Development of the United 
States Diplomatic Tradition. 

Degrees: B.A. Harvard University 

B.A. Oxford University (England) 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: French, Spanish 

HERDT, ROBERT W., Assistant Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: South Asia 

1962-64, Ford Foundation grant for research in India; 1967-68, Rockefeller 
Foundation grant for dissertation research and teaching in India; current research 
on the impact of government policies on agricultural development and rural 
economic development. 

Relevant Publications: "The Contrasting Response of Rice to Nitrogen: India 
and the United States"; "The Effects of Purchased Inputs on Paddy Yields of 
Selected Cultivators on Thanjaver District, 1961-62." 

Degrees: B.S. Cornell University 
M.S. Cornell University 
Ph.D. University of Minnesota 



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HERSHBERG, DAVID R., Associate Professor, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 
Area: Western Europe 

1955-56, undergraduate study in Florence, Italy; summer 1966, collected poetry 
written by Italo-Americans in Italy; spring 1969, sabbatical semester in Spain 
researching Spanish literary history; current research on Spanish literature of the 
seventeenth century. 

Relevant Publications: Los "Errores Celebrados" de Juan de Zaualeta; "Otium 
and the Epitaph of Sulpicius Similis"; "The Figure of Porcia in Golden Age 
Literature: Echoes of a Classical Theme." 

Degrees: B.A. University of Michigan 

M.A. Harvard University 

Ph.D. University of Michigan 
Languages: French, Italian, Spanish 



HILL, STEVEN P., Associate Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

Summer 1965, study of Russian cinema in Moscow; September-November 1968, 
Center for Russian and East European Studies grant for study of Russian drama 
and cinema in Moscow; current research on bibliography of twentieth-century 
Russian plays translated into English, on the history of theatre buildings of 
Moscow, on the career of the Russian film director Ilia Frez, and on the last 
years of Russian theatre director Meierhold. 

Relevant Publications: "Russian Film Terminology" and several other articles 
in area of specialization. 

Degrees : B.A. Stanford University 

M.A. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. University of Michigan 
Languages: French, German, Polish, Russian 

HIRSCH, JERRY, Professor, Psychology and Zoology 
Area: Western Europe 

August 1963, International Congress of Genetics at The Hague, the Netherlands; 
February- July 1968, zoology research associate at University of Edinburgh, Scot- 
land; March 1968, consultant at University of Strasbourg, France; April 1968, 
lecturer at Cambridge University, England; July 1969, speaker at XIX Inter- 
national Congress of Psychology, England; September 1969, symposium chair- 
man at XI International Congress of Ethology, France; July 1970, Symposium 
on Genetics, Race, and Intelligence at King's College, Cambridge University, 
England; current research on behavior genetic studies of human populations, 
animal tropisms, and orientation. 

Relevant Publications: "Behavior-Genetic Analysis and the Study of Man" and 
other articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: B.A. University of California (Berkeley) 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Language: French 



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HITCHINS, KEITH A., Professor, History 

Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

1956, research on Romanian history in Paris and Vienna; 1957-58, study of 
French and Romanian history at the University of Paris; 1956 and 1958, research 
in Yugoslavia; 1960-62, 1965-66, 1969-70, research in Romania on various 
aspects of Romanian nationalism; 1969 and 1970, research in Hungary and 
Czechoslovakia; current research on the Romanian national movement in Tran- 
sylvania, 1867-1918, on religion and Romanian nationalism in the eighteenth 
century, and on a comparative study of Romanian, Serb, and Slovak nationalism 
in the Habsburg Monarchy in the nineteenth century. 

Relevant Publications: The Romanian National Movement in Transylvania, 
1780-1849; "The Russian Revolution and the Romanian Socialist Movement, 
1917-1918"; and numerous other publications on Romania. 
Degrees: A.B. Union College 

A.M. Harvard University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: Bulgarian, French, German, Hungarian, Romanian, Russian, Serbo- 
Croatian, Slovak, Spanish 

HITTLE, CARL N., Professor, Agronomy 

Area: South Asia, Western Europe, Central America 

1951-53, U.S. Department of Agriculture Rubber Research Program in Costa 
Rica and other Latin-American countries; 1962-63, postdoctoral studies at Plant 
Breeding Institute at Cambridge, England; September 1963, International 
Genetics Congress at The Hague; 1968, AID assignment in India; August 1969 
to date, adviser on soybeans and agrostology at Jawaharlal Nehru Agriculture 
University, India. 
Degrees: B.S. Colorado State University 

Ph.D. Cornell University 
Language: Spanish 

HODGES, WILLIAM W., Senior Lecturer, Agricultural Engineering 
Area: West Africa, Southeast Asia 

1952-55, established vocational, technical, and industrial education programs in 
Thailand; 1964 to date, established industrial education program as related to 
agricultural engineering and lectured in various trade subjects at Njala Univer- 
sity College, Sierra Leone. 
Degrees: B.S. Purdue University 

M.E. Colorado State College 
Language: Thai 

HODGMAN, DONALD R., Professor, Economics 

Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

Summer 1958 and June 1966, monetary research in U.S.S.R.; 1965-66, Center 
for International Comparative Studies grant for monetary studies and interviews 
in France, Germany, United Kingdom, and the Netherlands; summer 1969, 



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monetary studies and interviews in western Europe and study of Euro-Dollar 

Market; current research on comparative international study of the instruments 

and processes of monetary policy in western Europe, on international monetary 

cooperation, and on the Euro-Dollar Market. 

Relevant Publications: "Soviet Monetary Controls through the Banking System"; 

Euro-Dollars and National Monetary Policy. 

Degrees: A.B. University of Rochester 

M.A. Harvard University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: French, Russian 

HOHN, FRANZ E., Professor, Mathematics 
Area: Western Europe 

1964-65, Fulbright Fellowship to lecture at Technological University of Delft, 
the Netherlands. 

Relevant Publications: Several books and articles on automata theory. 
Degrees: B.S. McKendree College 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages : Dutch, French, German, Italian 

HOLCOMB, JOHN M., Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: South Asia, South America 

March-April 1967, appraisal of farm land in Brazil; 1968-69, adviser to agricul- 
tural economics departments of agricultural universities and commercial banks 
in India. 

Degrees: B.S. Iowa State University 
M.S. Iowa State University 

HOLLAND, I. IRVING, Professor, Forestry 
Area: Western Europe, Central America 

1965-66, consultant with the Division of Forestry and Forest Industries of the 
United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome, Italy; February- 
April 1968, course in problems in tropical forestry sponsored by the Organization 
of Tropical Studies in Central America. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Wood: World Trends and Prospects." 
Degrees: B.S. University of California (Berkeley) 

M.S. University of California (Berkeley) 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Language: French 

HOLZER, SIEGFRIED M., Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering 
Area: Western Europe 

1961-62, exchange student at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, 
Switzerland; current research on dynamic stability of nonconservative systems. 
Relevant Publications: "Stability of Impulsively Loaded Hinged Columns." 



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Degrees: B.S. University of Kansas 

M.S. University of Kansas 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: German, Italian 

HOPEN, HERBERT J., Associate Professor, Horticulture 
Area: Caribbean 

Current research on effect of herbicides and cultural practices on the control of 
weeds in vegetable crops of Jamaica. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Wisconsin 
M.S. University of Wisconsin 
Ph.D. Michigan State University 

HUNT, DONNELL R., Professor, Agricultural Engineering 
Area: Western Europe 

1968-69, Fulbright Fellowship to lecture and do research at University College, 
Dublin, Ireland; October 1968 and February 1969, lectured at universities in 
England and Wales; April 1969, farm machinery management research in the 
Netherlands and Germany; current research on farm machinery management. 

Degrees : B.S. Purdue University 

M.S. Iowa State University 
Ph.D. Iowa State University 

HUNT, J. McVICKER, Professor, Psychology and Educational Psychology 
Area: Middle East, Western Europe 

Summer 1966, research on the psychological development of orphanage-reared 
infants in Iran; March and October-December 1969, research on the psycho- 
logical development of children reared under varied conditions in Iran, Israel, 
and Greece. 

Degrees : B.A. University of Nebraska 

M.A. University of Nebraska 

Ph.D. Cornell University 
Language : French, German, Spanish 

HURSH, LAURENCE M., Professor, Health Science 
Area: North Africa, South Asia, Middle East 

1958, director of the Nutrition Survey Team in Turkey; 1959, director of the 
Nutrition Survey Team in Alaska. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "The Health and Nutritional Status of 
Alaskan Eskimos" and several other articles on nutrition. 

Degrees: B.S. Wheaton College 

B.M. University of Minnesota 
M.D. University of Minnesota 
M.Med. Baylor University 



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HUSSEY, MARY A., Assistant Professor, English 

Area: Central Asia, Central America, South America 

1953-54, teacher in Afghanistan of English as a second language; summer 1958, 
teacher in Mexico; spring 1960, Fulbright Fellowship to lecture on methods of 
teaching English as a second language in Colombia. 
Degrees: A.B. University of Illinois 
M.A. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German, Spanish 

HYMOWITZ, THEODORE, Assistant Professor, Agronomy 
Area: International 

1962-63, Fulbright Fellowship to India; December 1964, International Grasslands 
Congress in Brazil; 1964-66, research on legumes in Brazil for the U.S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture; December 1966, U.S.D.A. consultant in Central America; 
May 1967, consultant on soybean production in the Philippines and Thailand; 
June-November 1967, consultant to Illinois AID project in India; 1969, research 
in Romania; current research on the adaptation of soybean culture to new re- 
gions; collection of exotic soybean germplasm; and domestication of the soybean 
and subsequent movement around the world. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "The Brazilian National Soybean Program"; 
author of "The Soybeans of the Kumaon Hills of India." 
Degrees: B.S. Cornell University 

M.S. University of Arizona 

Ph.D. Oklahoma State University 
Languages: French, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish 

IRIBARNE, LOUIS, Instructor, Slavic Languages and Literatures 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1964-65, study at the University of Warsaw sponsored by the Stanford-Warsaw 
University Graduate Exchange Program; current research on modern Polish and 
Russian literature. 

Relevant Publications: Translations of The Marriage, Operetta, and other pub- 
lications. 
Degrees: B.A. University of Notre Dame 

M.A. Stanford University 
Languages: French, German, Polish, Russian 

ITZIN, FRANCIS H., Professor, Social Work 
Area: Western Europe 

1960-61, Fulbright Fellowship for teaching, research, and consultation in Britain; 
August 1968, conference and lecture in London; current research on social work 
education, individuals and families, social service delivery systems, and the aged. 
Relevant Publications: "The Role of the Child Care Officer — An Empirical 
Approach"; Co-author of A Comprehensive Analysis of Health and Welfare 
Services for Older Persons in One Community; "Social Relations." 
Degrees : A.B. University of Notre Dame 
M.A. University of Chicago 



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IVERSEN, J. TERRY, Academic Coordinator, Extension in International Af- 
fairs, Division of University Extension; Instructor, Political Science 
Area: International 

1968, conferences on Southeast Asia and international politics; 1969, conferences 
on the Middle East crisis, East- West relations, and international dissent; 1970, 
conferences on Southeast Asia and China. 

Relevant Publications: Current Publications in International Affairs: A Bibliog- 
raphy (1969). 

Degrees : B.A. University of Wyoming 
M.A. University of Wyoming 
Language: French 

JACOBS, NORMAN G., Professor, Asian Studies and Sociology 
Area: East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia 

1945-46, agrarian reform in Tokyo; 1955-57, lecturer at Taiwan Normal Uni- 
versity; 1959-61, community development adviser in Iran; 1961, agrarian struc- 
ture in India; 1965-66, Fulbright Fellowship to lecture and do research at two 
universities in Bangkok, Thailand; 1968-69, Fulbright Fellowship for research at 
Keio University, Tokyo, Japan; current research on comparative study of Asian 
societies relative to the problem of development and completion of a book 
on Thailand. 

Relevant Publications: The Sociology of Development, Iran as an Asian Case 
Study and several other publications on Asia. 
Degrees: B.S. City College of New York 

M.A. Harvard University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: Chinese, Japanese 

JAKOBOVITS, LEON A., Associate Professor, Psychology 
Area: Canada 

1964-70, cross-cultural studies of subjective cultures; 1970 to date, Office of 
Economic Development second language learning and bilingualism research. 
Relevant Publications: Foreign Language Learning: A Psycholinguistic Overview 
of the Issues; "The Affect of Symbols: Towards the Development of a Cross- 
Cultural Graphic Differential"; "Comparative Psycholinguistics in the Study of 
Cultures." 

Degree: Ph.D. McGill University (Canada) 
Language: French 

JENSEN, JAY W., Professor, Journalism 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1962-64, University of Illinois Research Board grant to collect and have trans- 
lated primary sources and microfilm dealing with Russian printing and journal- 
ism to 1917. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Highlights of the Development of Rus- 
sian Journalism, 1553-1917." 



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Degrees : A.B. Emory University 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German 

JOHNSON, ELDON L., Vice-President of the University 
Area: South Africa, West Africa, Caribbean 

1959-62, U.S. member of the Provisional Council at University of Nigeria; 1961, 
U.S. consultant on university development in Trinidad; 1963-64, chairman of 
U.S.-British African team making educational survey in Nyasaland (Malawi); 
1964, member of Overseas Liasion Committee of American Council on Educa- 
tion; 1965-68, Higher Education Survey in Nigeria and consultant for Education 
and World Affairs; 1965 to date, member of Provisional Council of University of 
Malawi; 1966 to date, member of Council of University College, Nairobi, Kenya; 
1967 to date, Board of Directors of Midwest Universities Consortium for Inter- 
national Activities Inc.; 1970, International Planning Mission for University of 
Botswana, Lesotho, and Swaziland. 

Degrees : A.B. Indiana State University 
Ph.M. University of Wisconsin 
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 

JOHNSON, ROBERT E., Professor, Physiology and Biophysics 
Area: Western Europe, Southwest Pacific 

1931-35, Rhodes Scholar, study in England; 1957-58, medical research at Uni- 
versity of Edinburgh, Scotland; 1964-65, Guggenheim Fellowship for research 
and writing on environmental physiology in Australia and England; current 
research on metabolic and nutritional responses in man to stresses of work, heat, 
cold, and diet. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of Physiological Measurements of Metabolic 
Functions in Man. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Washington 

B.A. Oxford University (England) 

Ph.D. Oxford University ( England ) 

M.D. Harvard University 
Languages: French, German 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM, Associate Professor, Physical Education 
Area: South Asia, Canada, Western Europe 

1952, travel throughout western Europe; 1955, travel in England; 1955-57, con- 
sultant at Principal College of Physical Education and to the Director of Physical 
Education for East Pakistan; 1957, travel in Egypt, Turkey, Greece, and Switzer- 
land; current research on the administration of amateur sports and physical 
recreation in Great Britain and Canada and on international physical education. 

Relevant Publications: Contributor and editor, Physical Education Around the 
World. 



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Degrees: B.S. University of Oregon 

M.S. University of Oregon 

M.S. Stanford University 

Ed.D. University of Oregon 

Ed.D. University of California at Los Angeles 

Ed.D. University of Southern California 
Languages: Bengali, French, Norwegian 

JONES, BARCLAY G., Associate Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engi- 
neering, and Nuclear Engineering 
Area: Western Europe, Canada 

1954-57, research on nuclear power in England; 1957-58, nuclear engineering in 
Canada; current research on particle transport in water pollution and aero- 
dynamic noise generation. 

Relevant Publications: "Recent Developments in Turbulence Measuring and 
Analyzing Techniques" and other articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Saskatchewan (Canada) 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Language: French 

JONES, L. MEYER, Dean, College of Veterinary Medicine; Professor, Veter- 
inary Physiology and Pharmacology 
Area: Western Europe 

1954, Fulbright Fellowship to teach at Vienna Veterinary College, Austria, and 
Copenhagen Royal Veterinary College, Denmark; current research on zoonoses 
and comparative medicine and pharmacology and taxicology. 
Relevant Publications: Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics (trans- 
lations ) . 
Degrees : A.B. DePauw University 

M.S. Iowa State University 

D.V.M. Iowa State University 

Ph.D. University of Minnesota 
Languages: German, Spanish 

JONES, RUDARD A., Research Professor, Architecture 
Area: South America 

1939, Plym Fellowship for study in Europe on architecture and related subjects; 
1955-57, chief of University of Illinois housing mission to Colombia; summer 
1960, housing research adviser to the government of Chile; February 1962, Euro- 
pean Housing Seminar; current research on housing, on effect of U.S. foreign 
policy on housing development in foreign countries, and on effect of housing on 
U.S. foreign policy. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of Baldosas de Suelo-Cemento Pisos. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 
M.S. University of Illinois 
Language: Spanish 



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JOST, FRANCOIS, Professor, French and Comparative Literature 
Area: Western Europe 

Director of Comparative Literature Program; 1945 to date, international literary 

studies; 19G8-69, Center for Advanced Study research in Europe on the technique 

of the European novel; current research on comparative literature, literary 

criticism, and Franco-German and Franco-English relations. 

Relevant Publications: Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Etude sur sa Personnalite et sa 

Pensee; Essais de Litterature Comparee. 

Degrees : Ph.D. University of Fribourg ( Switzerland ) 

Docteur de l'Universite University of Paris (France) 
Languages: French, German, Italian 

JUDGE, GEORGE G., Professor, Economics and Agricultural Economics 
Area: Western Europe, South America 

1965-66, research, seminars, and study at the London School of Economics; 

March 1968, consultation and conferences in Colombia and Argentina; current 

research on application of systems analysis and control theory to the problems 

of economic growth. 

Relevant Publications: "Equilibrium Among Spatially Separated Markets"; 

Estimating the Parameters of the Markov Probability Model. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Kentucky 

M.S. Iowa State University 

Ph.D. Iowa State University 

JUGENHEIMER, ROBERT W., Professor, Agronomy; Director, Office of 
Overseas Projects 

Area: Africa, South Asia, Western Europe 

1950, adviser to Turkey on breeding and production of corn; 1952-53, maize 
research in twenty-five European and Mediterranean countries; February 1953, 
Sixth United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization hybrid maize confer- 
ence in Lisbon; summer 1953, International Congress of Genetics in Italy; 
March-April 1954, Pan-American Congress of Agronomy in Brazil; April-May 
1955, agricultural survey of India; fall 1956, adviser to India on hybrid corn 
programs; August 1958, International Congress of Agronomy, Canada; February 
1960, International Hybrid Maize Conference in Italy; January 1962, hybrid 
corn consultant to Nigeria; January-March 1963, executive visit to India; 1963- 
64, executive visits to Sierra Leone, Jordan, Liberia, and England; January- 
February 1965, executive visit to India and Philippines; spring 1966, executive 
visit to Sierra Leone and Italy; spring 1967, executive visit to India and Italy; 
1968-70, research administration adviser in India; current research on organiza- 
tion and administration in developing countries, on agricultural university 
development, and on plant breeding and seed production. 

Relevant Publications: "A Maize Improvement Program for Nigeria" and nu- 
merous other articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. Iowa State University 

M.S. Iowa State University 

Ph.D. Iowa State University 
Languages: French, German 



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KACHRU, BRAJ B., Professor, Linguistics 
Area: South Asia, Western Europe 

1958-62, research in the United Kingdom; 1967-68, Center for International 

Comparative Studies grant for research in India, Ceylon, and Nepal; 1968, field 

work in Australia; current research on Dardic languages and the English language 

in South Asia and Africa. 

Relevant Publications: A Reference Grammar of Kashmiri and numerous other 

publications and articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: Dip. App. Ling. University of Edinburgh (Scotland) 

M.A. University of Allahabad (India) 

Ph.D. University of Edinburgh (Scotland) 
Languages: Hindi, Kashmiri, Sanskrit, Urdu 

KACHRU, YAMUNA, Associate Professor, Asian Studies, English, and Lin- 
guistics 

Area: South Asia, Western Europe 

1959-65, lecturer at University of London; 1967-68, American Institute of Indian 

Studies grant for research on the syntax of varieties of standard Hindi in India; 

current research on South Asian languages and literatures. 

Relevant Publications: Introduction to Hindi Syntax and several articles in area 

of specialization. 

Degrees: B.A. University of Bihar (India) 

M.A. University of Patna (India) 

Ph.D. University of London (England) 
Languages : Bengali, Hindi, Marathi, Urdu 

KAPLAN, SAMUEL, Associate Professor, Microbiology 
Area: Western Europe 

1964-67, postdoctoral research in England; current research on regulation of 

macromolecular biosynthesis. 

Relevant Publications : "The Genetic Code" and other articles. 

Degrees: B.S. Cornell University 

M.S. Yale University 

Ph.D. University of California (San Diego) 
Language: French 

KARNES, M. RAY, Professor, Vocational and Technical Education 
Area: West Africa, Caribbean 

January-February 1962, Technical Education Survey in Trinidad-Tobago; 1962, 
several U.S. conferences on international education; January-February 1963, 
study of agriculture and education in Sierra Leone; 1963-64, adviser to principal 
of Njala University College, Sierra Leone; 1967-70, chief of party of University 
of Illinois team at Njala University College, Sierra Leone; current research on 
collegiate institutional development and manpower and educational surveys. 
Relevant Publications: "A Report on Technical Education in Trinidad as It 
Relates to the Program of the John S. Donaldson Technical Institute"; co-author 
of Education and Agricultural Development in Sierra Leone. 



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Degrees: B.S. North Texas State University 
M.S. North Texas State University 
Ph.D. University of Missouri 

KARR, GERALD L., Assistant Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: West Africa 

July-September 1967, research department of Bank of Sierra Leone; 1967-70, 
Head of Department of Research and Teaching at Njala University College, 
Sierra Leone; July 1969, lecturer at International Folk School at Honefoss, Nor- 
way; current research on economics of rice production in Sierra Leone, the use 
of subsidies for the promotion of inland swamp development, and a rural devel- 
opment model for the four chiefdoms around Njala University College, Sierra 
Leone. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Co-operatives and the Development of a 
Credit System for Sierra Leone Agriculture." 
Degrees: B.S. Kansas State University 

M.S. Southern Illinois University 

Ph.D. Southern Illinois University 

KARSH, BERNARD, Professor, Labor and Industrial Relations, and Sociology 
Area: East Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East 

1960-61, Fulbright Fellowship for teaching and research at Keio University, 
Tokyo, Japan; summer 1962, consultation and field research in Japan supported 
by Asia Foundation; 1965-66, Ford Foundation grant for research in Japan; 
summer 1968, research in Singapore, Manila, and Japan; 1970, Ford Founda- 
tion grant for research in Iran, India, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan, Korea, and 
Japan; current research on technology and social change focusing on impacts 
of advanced industrial technology in the national cultures of selected Asian 
countries. 

Relevant Publications: Co-editor of The Japanese Industrial Relations System; 
co-author of "Industrialization and the Convergence Hypothesis: Some Aspects 
of Contemporary Japan"; author of "The Exportability of Trade Union Move- 
ments: The Japan-U.S. Trade Union Cultural Exchange Program." 
Degrees: M.A. University of Chicago 
Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Language: Japanese 

KASTELIC, JOSEPH, Professor, Animal Science; Assistant Director, Interna- 
tional Agricultural Programs 

Area: West Africa, Southeast Asia 

1964-66, institution development and teaching at Njala University College, Sierra 
Leone; 1969-70, consultant to USAID mission to Vietnam; current research on 
world animal agriculture and feed quality control. 
Degrees: B.Sc. University of Alberta (Canada) 

M.Sc. University of Alberta (Canada) 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 
Languages: French, German 



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KATZ, LILIAN G., Associate Professor, Elementary Education 
Area: Western Europe 

Early education in England; 1970, visit to British nursery and infant schools and 

teacher training institutions; current research on preschool education and child 

development. 

Degrees : B.A. San Francisco State College 

Ph.D. Stanford University 
Languages: French, German, Russian 

KAU, YING-MAO, Fellow, Center for Advanced Study and Center for Asian 
Studies 

Area: East Asia 

1965-66, London-Cornell project for research in Japan and Hong Kong; current 
research on bureaucratic development in Communist China, on political develop- 
ment and modernization theory, and on military politics in China. 
Relevant Publications: "The Urban Bureaucratic Elite in Communist China"; 
"Patterns of Recruitment and Mobility of Urban Cadres." 
Degrees: B.A. National Taiwan University (China) 

M.A. Cornell University 

Ph.D. Cornell University 
Languages: Chinese, French, Japanese 

KAUFMAN, ANTHONY D., Assistant Professor, English 
Area: Western Europe 

1960-61, Fulbright Fellowship to Reading University, England. 
Degrees: B.A. Carleton College 

M.A. Yale University 

Ph.D. Yale University 
Language: French 

KAULFERS, WALTER V., Professor, Secondary and Continuing Education 
Area: International 

1932 to date, trips to forty-two countries and study of schools in Asia, Middle 
East, Europe, Latin America, and Canada; 1936, study of schools in Hitler's 
Germany, Mussolini's Italy, and schools of Austria and Hungary under Horthy; 
1937-40, Rockefeller Foundation grant to study education and promote secon- 
dary schools; 1958, study of schools of U.S.S.R.; 1969, study of schools in Colom- 
bia; current research on trends in education abroad. 

Relevant Publications: "Pitfalls in Comparing Foreign Schools with Ours." 
Degrees : M.A. Stanford University 
Ph.D. Stanford University 
Languages: French, German, Spanish 

KELLER, CHARLES M., Assistant Professor, Anthropology 
Area: Central Africa, South Africa 

Summers 1962 and 1963, research in Zambia; 1964-65, dissertation research in 



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Zambia; September 1967, Sixth Congress on Pan-African Pre-History and Quar- 
ternary Studies, Senegal; June-November 1969 and summer 1970, anthropology 
research in Tanzania; current research on Pleistocene localities in Tanzania. 
Relevant Publications: "Archaeology of Montagu Cave, South Africa" and 
Mossell Bay: A Redescription. 
Degrees : B.Mus. State University of Iowa 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Languages : French, German, Swahili 

KELLOGG, EARL D., Assistant Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: West Africa, South Asia 

May 1968, research and conference in Nigeria; June 1969, research and confer- 
ence in Nigeria; April 1970, research and consulting work in Nigeria and work 
in Sierra Leone; current research on computer simulation models of agricultural 
economies in India and Nigeria. 

Relevant Publications: Nigerian Beef Distribution: An Economics Analysis; 
"A Simulation Model of the Nigerian Agricultural Economy"; and other articles 
in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. Kansas State University 

Ph.D. Michigan State University 

KEMMERER, DONALD L., Professor, Economics 
Area: International 

1924-29, assistant secretary to financial advisory commissions in Guatemala, 
Chile, Poland, and China; fall 1955, American Association of Collegiate Schools 
of Business and European Productive Agency recruiting in Paris; summer 1958, 
taught at University of Melbourne, Australia; summer 1959, member of advisory 
party to University of Kabul, Afghanistan; spring 1960, Fulbright Fellowship to 
lecture at University of Montpelier, France; fall 1964, Fulbright Fellowship to 
lecture at University of Munich, Germany; current research on resumption of 
specie payments in western world, 1815-1924. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of Comparative Economic Development and 
several articles on international economics. 
Degrees : A.B. Princeton University 

A.M. Princeton University 

Ph.D. Princeton University 
Languages: French, German, Spanish 

KENDEIGH, S. CHARLES, Professor, Zoology 
Area: International 

May- June 1966, Cultural Exchange Professor from National Academy of Science 
to the U.S.S.R. Academy of Science to learn research underway in bioenergetics 
of animals and ecosystem analyses; September 1970, chairman of symposium on 
granivorous birds at The Hague, the Netherlands; discussions with local ecolo- 
gists in fourteen countries. 
Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Measurement of Population Dynamics in 



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the Tree Sparrow, Passer montanus, and the House Sparrow, Passer domesticus"; 
"Measurement of Existence Energy." 
Degrees: A. B. Oberlin College 

A.M. Oberlin College 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German 

KESLER, CLYDE E., Professor, Civil Engineering, and Theoretical and Ap- 
plied Mechanics 

Area: East Asia, Western Europe 

1944, engineering in England; 1945, engineering in Germany and Japan; 1965, 
tour of Sweden and conference on concrete in England; 1968, chairman of con- 
ference on concrete in Japan; 1970, chairman of conference on concrete in 
Germany; current research on behavior of concrete in various environments 
under different loadings. 

Relevant Publications: "The Fatigue of Plain Concrete" and numerous other 
articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees : B.S. University of Illinois 
M.S. University of Illinois 

KIM, BOK-LIM C, Assistant Professor, Social Work 
Area: East Asia 

1959-63, teacher at Ewha Women's University, Seoul, Korea, and supervisor of 
master's degree research, consultant to Korean branch office of International 
Social Service, consultant to the Korean Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, 
consultant and board member of the Child Guidance Clinic of Seoul, Korea. 
Degrees: P.A.S. Smith College 

M.S. Columbia University 
Languages : Japanese, Korean 

KIM, CHIN W., Associate Professor, Linguistics 
Area: West Africa, East Asia 

1970-71, Center for International Comparative Studies grant for research on 
dialectal and historical phonology of Korean; current research on Korean pho- 
nology, Swahili phonology, and Yoruba phonology. 

Relevant Publications: "Optimal Opposition in Swahili Phonology" and other 
articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.A. Yonsei University (Korea) 

M.A. University of California at Los Angeles 

Ph.D. University of California at Los Angeles 
Languages: French, German, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian, Russian, Swahili, 
Yoruba 

KIMBERLY, JOHN R., Assistant Professor, Labor and Industrial Relations, 
and Sociology 

Area: International 



Current research on comparative adoption of new scientific discoveries, diffusion 

of scientific information, and comparative rehabilitation of environments and 

facilities. 

Degrees : B.A. Yale University 

M.S. Cornell University 

Ph.D. Cornell University 
Language: French 

KIRKWOOD, BILLY D., Senior Research Engineer, Coordinated Science 
Laboratory 

Area: South America 

March-April 1965, NASA International Quiet Sun Year Expedition to Peru; 
current research on seismic vehicle identification and weighing. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 
Language: Spanish 

KITZMILLER, JAMES B., Professor, Zoology 
Area: International 

1953, Fulbright Fellowship to University of Pavia, Italy; 1956 to date, consultant 
for World Health Organization; 1963, WHO consultation and research in Brazil, 
Mexico, Guatemala, San Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica; 1966, 
teaching and research at the University of Cagliari, Italy, and Johannes Guten- 
berg Universitat, Germany; WHO-sponsored trips to Moscow and Leningrad 
and to Ceylon, India, and Burma; 1967, research in Thailand, Japan, India, and 
Hawaii; Pan-Pacific Science Congress; and WHO consultation in Europe and 
Panama; 1968, consultant at Pakistan Medical Research Center and research in 
Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Nepal, Thailand, and Japan; 1969, study of mos- 
quitoes in South America, Organization for Tropical Studies in Costa Rica, and 
development committee in Jamaica; current research on mosquitoes. 
Relevant Publications: "Genetic Control of Insects of Public Health Impor- 
tance" and numerous other articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. DeSales Preparatory Seminary 

M.S. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. University of Michigan 
Languages : French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish 

KLEIN, GEORGE D., Associate Professor, Geology 
Area: Canada, Western Europe, South America 

1960, 1962-63, historical geologic research in the United Kingdom; 1963 and 
1967, International Association of Sedimentologists Congress in the United King- 
dom and the Netherlands; fall 1969, visiting fellow at Oxford University; sum- 
mer 1970, consulting adviser to Petroleo Brasiliero, Brazil; current research on 
paleotidal sedimentation with field work in Scotland, England, and Brazil, and 
on paleodeltaic sedimentation in Brazil. 

Relevent Publications: "Depositional Environments and Sandstone Petrology 
of Triassic Sedimentary Rocks, Western Nova Scotia, Canada," and numerous 
publications in area of specialization. 



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Degrees : B.A. Wesleyan University 

M.A. University of Kansas 

Ph.D. Yale University 
Languages: Dutch, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish 

KLEIN, KURT A., Associate Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1965-66, Fulbright Fellowship for research on the U.S.S.R. at Munich Institute, 
Germany; August 1969, conference of International Association of Teachers of 
Russian, Moscow, U.S.S.R.; summer 1969, director of University Russian Teach- 
ers Institute; current research on Soviet language policy and problems of stan- 
dardization. 
Degrees: M.A. University of Saratov (U.S.S.R.) 

Ph.D. University of Graz (Austria) 
Languages: German, Polish, Russian, Ukranian 

KNAPP, CLYDE G., Professor, Secondary and Continuing Education 
Area: South America 

1946-47, consultant to Chilean "Comision de la Renovacion Gladezl de la Edu- 
cation Secondaria"; 1969-70, MUCIA grant to study secondary education in 
Chile. 

Relevant Publications: Secondary Education in Chile (forthcoming); "Physical 
Education and Health in Chile." 
Degrees : B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 
Language: Spanish 

KNIGHT, FRANK B., Professor, Mathematics 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1966, International Congress of Mathematicians in the U.S.S.R.; current research 

on Markov processes. 

Relevant Publications : "A Path Space for Positive Semigroups." 

Degrees : B.A. Cornell University 

Ph.D. Princeton University 
Languages: French, German 

KOLB, PHILIP, Professor, French 
Area: Western Europe 

1935-36, study and research at University of Paris, France; 1948, 1951-52, 1958- 
59, 1965-66, and summers 1967, 1968, and 1969, Fulbright and American Phi- 
losophical Society fellowships for research in Paris at Bibliotheque Nationale; 
current research on modern French literature and Marcel Proust, including a 
biography. 

Relevant Publications: Correspondance de Marcel Proust 1880-1895 and other 
books on Proust. 



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Degrees : Ph.B. University of Chicago 

A.M. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: French, German, Italian, Spanish 

KORST, HELMUT H., Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 
Area: Western Europe 

1941-45, research engineer, Augsburg, Germany; 1945-48, assistant professor at 
Technical University, Vienna, Austria; 1957, visiting professor in Austria and 
Germany; 1964, consultant for NATO in various countries; 1965, 1966, and 1967, 
lecturer in Belgium, Sweden, and Germany; 1969, American delegate and prin- 
cipal lecturer at International Seminar on Heat and Mass Transfer in Yugo- 
slavia and lecturer in Switzerland; current research on gas dynamics and heat 
transfer. 

Relevant Publications: "Dynamics and Thermodynamics of Separated Flows" 
and other articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: Dipl.Inp. Technical University, Vienna (Austria) 

Dr.Techn.Sci. Technical University, Vienna (Austria) 
Languages: French, German 

KRAUSE, HARRY D., Professor, Law 
Area: International 

1964, 1965, 1966, and 1967, research in Germany and France; 1966, conference 
in Sweden; 1969, Center for International Comparative Studies grant for re- 
search in Mexico; 1970, research and conferences Spain, Italy, Germany, and 
Norway; and CICS grant for research in Philippines, India, Taiwan, and Japan; 
currently contributing to UNESCO-sponsored International Encyclopedia of 
Comparative Law. 

Relevant Publications: "The Right to Privacy in Germany — Pointers for 
American Legislation?" and numerous other articles and publications in area 
of specialization. 

Degrees : B.A. University of Michigan 
J.D. University of Michigan 
Languages: French, German, Italian, Spanish 

KRONUS, SIDNEY J., Assistant Professor, Sociology 
Area: South America 

Summer 1969, Ford Foundation grant for race relations research in Cartagena, 
Colombia; current research on comparative race relations in U.S. and Latin 
America. 

Degrees: B.A. State University of New York at Binghamton 

M.A. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Languages: French, Italian, Spanish 



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KURTZ, LESTER T., Professor, Agronomy 
Area: West Africa, Southwest Pacific 

1961-62, Fulbright Fellowship to do research at University of Adelaide's Waite 
Institute, South Australia; 1968, soil fertility and soil chemistry consultant to 
Njala University College, Sierra Leone; current research on chemistry of soils of 
Sierra Leone. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Phosphate Adsorption and Phosphate Frac- 
tions in Field Soils of Varying Histories of Phosphate Fertilization." 

Degrees: B.S. Purdue University 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German 

LAHEY, JAMES F., Associate Professor, Geography 
Area: Canada, Caribbean, South America 

1950, extensive weather research in North and South America; 1957, Arid Lands 
Conference in Lima, Peru; summer 1962, lecturer at University of Manitoba, 
Canada; current research on meteorology and climatology. 

Relevant Publications: "Precipitation Characteristics of the Dry Area of North- 
ern South America and Southern Caribbean" and numerous articles and publica- 
tions in area of specialization. 

Degrees: Ph.B. University of Wisconsin 

M.S. University of Wisconsin 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 
Languages: German, Spanish 

LANFORD, SAMUEL T., Professor, Architecture 
Area: North Africa, South Asia, Western Europe 

1958-60, field experience in Germany with trips to England and Libya; 1963-65, 
teaching and consultation at East Pakistan University of Engineering and Tech- 
nology; summer 1969, professional planning and instruction at Uttar Pradesh 
Agricultural University, India. 

Relevant Publications: "Campus Planning, Uttar Pradesh Agricultural Uni- 
versity." 

Degrees: B.Arch. Texas A & M University 
M.Arch. Texas A & M University 
Languages: Bengali, German 

LANGHAAR, HENRY L., Professor, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 
Area: South Asia 

1960-62, teacher and adviser at Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, 
India; current research on strength and stability of engineering structures. 

Relevant Publications: Dimensional Analysis and Theory of Models; Energy 
Methods in Applied Mechanics. 



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Degrees: B.S. Lehigh University 

M.S. Lehigh University 

Ph.D. Lehigh University 
Languages: French, German 

LANHAM, FRANK B., Professor, Agricultural Engineering 
Area: South Asia, Southwest Pacific 

1942-44, various assignments in Australia, New Guinea, and adjacent islands; 
1965-66, research consultant at Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University, India. 
Degrees: B.S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute 

M.S. Iowa State University 

Ph.D. Iowa State University 

LARSON, BRUCE L., Professor, Dairy Science 
Area: South America 

1959, lectured in France; 1961, lectured in several European countries; 1965, 
Fulbright Fellowship for lecturing and research in Argentina; current research 
on the biochemical synthesis of milk. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Minnesota 

Ph.D. University of Minnesota 
Languages: French, German, Spanish 

LATHRAP, DONALD W., Professor, Anthropology 
Area: South America 

1956, 1962, and 1964, field work in Peru; 1967-68, Fulbright Fellowship for field 

work in ethnography; current research on tropical forest culture, agricultural 

origins, human ecology, and new world culture history. 

Relevant Publications: The Upper Amazon and other articles and publications 

in area of specialization. 

Degrees: A.B. University of California (Berkeley) 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: German, Spanish 

LAZARUS, DAVID, Professor, Physics 
Area: Western Europe 

1968-69, Guggenheim Fellowship for research and lecturing in France; current 
research on solid state physics. 
Degrees : B.S. University of Chicago 

M.S. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Language: French 

LEACH, JAMES L., Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 
Area: North Africa, South Asia, Middle East 

1960, visiting guest professor at Indian Institute of Technology in India; summers 
1961-70, National Science Foundation institutes in India; Peace Corps in Mo- 
rocco and Tunisia; engineer in Kuwait. 



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Relevant Publications: Manufacturing Processes, Part I; T her mo-Fabrications; 

Foundry Engineering. 

Degrees: B.S. University of New Mexico. 

M.S. University of Illinois 
Language: German 

LEAL, LUIS, Professor, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese 
Area: Central America 

1966, research in Mexico; summer 1970, Office of International Programs and 
Studies grant for research on contemporary literature in Mexico; current research 
on contemporary Mexican literature and the Latin-American short story. 
Relevant Publications: Literatura de Hispanoamerica and articles and publica- 
tions in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. Northwestern University 

A.M. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Languages: French, German, Italian, Portuguese 

LEHMAN, FREDERIC K., Professor, Anthropology and Linguistics 
Area: South Asia, Southeast Asia 

1957-58, field work in Burma; 1960-62, National Science Foundation grant for 
field work on Chin and Red Karen in Burma; 1965, field work on Red Karen 
and Northern Thai in Thailand; 1967-68, field work in Thailand; current re- 
search in grammatical analysis of Burmese and Shan, social anthropology of 
Burmans, Shans, and Karens, and social structure of inter-ethnic relations in 
Southeast Asia. 

Relevant Publications: The Structure of Chin Society and articles in area of 
specialization. 
Degrees : B.A. New York University 

Ph.D. Columbia University 
Languages : Burmese, French, German, Hindi, Shan, Spanish 

LENG, EARL R., Professor, Agronomy; Assistant Director, International Agri- 
cultural Programs 

Area: South Asia, Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

1960-61, consultation and research in Yugoslavia; 1961, Fulbright Fellowship for 

research in Germany; 1963, research in Hungary and Yugoslavia; 1964-66 and 

1968, research in India; 1969, Rockefeller grant for soybean research in India; 

current research on international soybean development; maize breeding and 

seed production; and evolution of maize in Europe. 

Relevant Publications: U.S. Soybeans Perform Well in India and articles in 

area of specialization. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages : Dutch, French, German, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish 



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LEVEILLE, GILBERT A., Professor, Animal Science 
Area: West Africa, Southeast Asia 

1962, nutrition survey in Malaysia; 1965, nutrition survey in Nigeria and bio- 
chemistry laboratory director in that country. 

Degrees : B.V.A. University of Massachusetts 

M.S. Rutgers University 

Ph.D. Rutgers University 
Language: French 

LEVINE, NORMAN D., Professor, Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene, and 
Zoology; Director, Center for Human Ecology 
Area: Southeast Asia, Southwest Pacific 

1944-46, malaria and epidemic control in Philippines and Solomon Islands; 
current research on parasitology, protozoology, and human ecology. 
Relevant Publications: Nematode Parasites of Domestic Animals and of Man 
and articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: B.S. Iowa State University 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Language: French 

LEWIS, EDWARD G., Professor, Political Science 
Area: Western Europe 

1934-35, student at London School of Economics; summer 1935, Hague Academy 
of International Law; 1938-39, Law School of University of Paris, France; 1952- 
53, Fulbright Fellowship for lecturing on U.S. government in France; 1961, 
Russian Language and Area Studies Center-sponsored research in U.S.S.R.; 
current research on geographical and social backgrounds of French Republic 
ministers, 1945-70. 

Relevant Publications: "Social Backgrounds of French Ministers 1945-67" and 
other articles. 

Degrees: A.B. University of California at Los Angeles 

A.M. University of California at Los Angeles 

A.M. Columbia University 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Languages: French, Italian, Spanish 

LOHRER, M. ALICE, Professor, Library Science 
Area: International 

1947, survey of libraries for children in Europe; 1955-56, Fulbright Fellowship to 
lecture and establish library school at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thai- 
land; 1959, Rockefeller grant as visiting professor at Japan Library School, Keio 
University, Tokyo, Japan; 1966-67, Fulbright lecturer at University of Tehran, 
Iran; current research on libraries. 

Relevant Publications: "School Libraries in Iran and the Near East" and several 
other articles. 



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Degrees: Ph.B. University of Chicago 

B.S. University of Illinois 

A.M. University of Chicago 
Languages: French, German 

LONGSTREET, WILMA S., Assistant Professor, Secondary and Continuing 
Education 

Area: Western Europe 

Summers 1959-62 and 1965-67, tours of Europe and Middle East; 1960-62, 
teacher of English as a second language in Italy; 1963-64, foreign correspondent 
in Rome. 
Degrees: A.B. Hunter College, City University of New York 

M.S. Indiana University 

Ph.D. Indiana University 
Languages: French, German, Italian, Spanish 

LOVE, JOSEPH L., Associate Professor, History 
Area: South America 

1964-65, dissertation research in Brazil; 1968-69, postdoctoral research in Brazil; 
1969-70, Fulbright Fellowship for postdoctoral research in Brazil; current re- 
search on regionalism in Brazilian politics, 1889-1937, especially the role of Sao 
Paulo State. 

Relevant Publications: "Political Participation in Brazil, 1881-1969" and other 
articles and publications relating to Brazil. 
Degrees: A.B. Harvard University 

M.A. Stanford University 

Ph.D. Columbia University 
Languages : French, German, Portuguese, Spanish 

LOZAR, CHARLES C, Assistant Professor, Architecture 
Area: South Asia, Southeast Asia, Western Europe 

1965-66, Fulbright Fellowship to study urban planning in the Netherlands; 1967- 

68, Plym Traveling Fellowship to study urban planning in Asia, Southeast Asia, 

and Europe. 

Relevant Publications: "Development of a System of Low Cost Disposable 

Housing for Underdeveloped Regions." 

Degrees: B.Arch. University of Illinois 

M.Arch. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

Inginier Doctoral Delft Institute of Technology (Netherlands) 

Languages: Dutch, German 

LUCKMANN, WILLIAM H., Professor, Agricultural Entomology 
Area: South Asia, Caribbean 

1967, adviser on research in India; 1969, field experience in Jamaica; 1969-70, 
Rockefeller grant for international soybean research; current research on an 
international project on insects of soybeans. 
Degree : Ph.D. University of Illinois 



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MacDONALD, WILLIAM L., Instructor, Asian Studies 
Area: International 

Summers 1968 and 1969, University of Washington grant for translation of 
Russian work on the I-ching; current research on modern Chinese fiction. 
Degree: B.A. University of Massachusetts 
Languages: Chinese, French, Russian 

MAEHR, MARTIN L., Professor, Educational Psychology 
Area: Middle East 

1969-70, Office of International Programs in Education grant for a preliminary 
survey of research on achievement motivation in children at the University of 
Tehran, Iran; current research on socialization of achievement motivation. 
Degrees : M.A. University of Nebraska 
Ph.D. University of Nebraska 
Languages: German, Greek 

MAGGS, PETER B., Professor, Law; Acting Director, Office of Graduate and 
International Legal Studies 

Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1961-62, exchange student at Leningrad State University, U.S.S.R.; summer 
1966, Center for International Comparative Studies grant for research in Yugo- 
slavia and U.S.S.R.; 1967, Fulbright Fellowship for research in Yugoslavia, Bul- 
garia, and U.S.S.R; summer 1969, CICS grant for research and study in 
Romania; current research on legal regulation of economic activity in planned 
economies and government economic enterprises. 

Relevant Publications: The Soviet Legal System and several articles on Soviet 
law. 

Degrees : A.B. Harvard University 
J.D. Harvard University 
Languages: Bulgarian, French, German, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbo- 
Croatian 



MAKINO, SEIICHI, Assistant Professor, Asian Studies and Linguistics 
Area: East Asia 

1969-70, stylistical analysis of Japanese in the Modernization Period; current re- 
search on generative transformational theory applied to the analysis of the 
Japanese language. 

Relevant Publications: Some Aspects of Japanese Nominalizations and several 
articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.A. Waseda University (Japan) 

M.A. Waseda University (Japan) 

B.A. University of Tokyo (Japan) 

M.A. University of Tokyo (Japan) 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: Classical Greek, French, German, Japanese 



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MALPASS, ROY S., Assistant Professor, Psychology 
Area: Canada 

Current research on attitude and experiences in physiognomic recognition and 
empirical-inductive study of motives. 

Relevant Publications: "Recognition for Faces of Own and Other 'Race'." 
Degrees: B.S. Union College 

M.A. New School for Social Research 

Ph.D. Syracuse University 

MANOLAKES, THEODORE, Professor, Elementary Education 
Area: Western Europe 

1968-69, study tour visiting British schools; 1969-70, arranged and implemented 
a semester of study abroad for undergraduates at University of Bristol, England; 
current research on study of open style education programs in modern British 
primary schools. 
Degrees: B.S. State University of New York 

M.A. Columbia University 

Ed.D. Columbia University 

MARCEAU, IAN W., Assistant Professor, Computer Science 
Area: Southwest Pacific 

Studied in Australia; current research on large-scale agricultural planning, devel- 
opment of general models, and matrix-generator and report-generator techniques 
for use in planning the agricultural sectors of economies, particularly those of 
underdeveloped countries. 
Degrees: B.Sc. University of Sydney (Australia) 

M.Sc. University of Sydney (Australia) 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Language: French 

MATSUURA, RICHARD M., Associate Professor, Agronomy 
Area: South Asia 

1962-65, research in India on breeding for leaf curl virus resistance in toma- 
toes; 1965-68, research in India on development of high yielding grain legume 
crops; 1968-70, crop production and utilization research on soybeans at Uttar 
Pradesh Agricultural University, India. 
Degrees: B.S. Oregon State University 

Ph.D. University of Minnesota 
Languages : Hindustani, Japanese, Portuguese 

MATTHEWS, JOHN W., Professor, Agricultural Engineering and Vocational 
Agriculture 

Area: South Asia 

1960-61, Agricultural engineering adviser on University of Illinois contract team 
in India. 



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Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Language: German 

MAURER, ROBERT J., Professor, Physics; Director, Materials Research Lab- 
oratory 

Area: South Asia, Western Europe 

Summer 1962, lecturer at NATO Summer School; summer 1968, adviser and 
lecturer at Summer Institute of Solid State Physics, Delhi, India; January 1970, 
lecturer, consultant, and adviser to staff and students at Delhi and Madras, India; 
current research on imperfections in crystals. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Rochester 

Ph.D. University of Rochester 
Language: German 

MAXWELL, WILLIAM E., Research Associate, Bureau of Educational Re- 
search and Sociology 

Area: South Asia, Southeast Asia, Southwest Pacific 

May-September 1965, research in Pakistan; 1965-67, research in Thailand; cur- 
rent research on mobility into elites through higher education, on racial and 
ethnic assimilation in education, and on technological change, tradition, and 
organizational change in universities. 

Relevant Publications: "Ethnic Assimilation in Higher Education" and other 
articles in area of specialization. 
Degree: B.A. Pacific Union College 
Languages: French, Spanish, Thai 

McCAWLEY, CHRISTINA W., Assistant Professor, Library 
Area: East Asia, Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

October 1969, adviser to Far Eastern Serials cataloger of University of Illinois 
Library; currently Slavic serials cataloger at the University Library. 
Degrees: B.A. Ohio Wesleyan University 

M.S. Catholic University of America 
Languages: French, German, Russian 

McCLOY, ROBERT W., Professor, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering 
Area: East Asia 

1962-63, Fulbright lecturer at Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan. 
Relevant Publications: "Fundamentals of Supersonic Propulsion." 
Degree: B.S. University of Iowa 
Language: French 

McCOWEN, THOMAS A., Assistant Director, Office of International Programs 
and Studies; Associate Director, Office of Overseas Projects 
Area: West Africa, South Asia 

Administration relating to Sierra Leone and India. 
Degree : B.S. University of Illinois 



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McGLAMERY, MARSHAL D., Associate Professor, Agronomy 
Area: South Asia 

Summers 1967 and 1968, field investigations on weed control in India; current 
research on weed control problems in India. 
Degrees : B.S. Oklahoma State University 

M.S. Oklahoma State University 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 

McGREAL, THOMAS L., Assistant Professor, Educational Administration and 
Supervision; Director, Educational Placement Office 
Area: International 

Career consultant for returning Peace Corps volunteers seeking teaching posi- 
tions; recruiter of teachers and administrators for international schools. 
Degrees: B.S. Southern Illinois University 

M.S. Southern Illinois University 

Ed.D. University of Illinois 

McHENRY, DEAN E., Instructor, Political Science 
Area: East Africa 

1968-69, Fulbright Fellowship for dissertation research in Tanzania; December 

1969, University of East Africa Social Science Conference, Nairobi, Kenya; 

1969-70, lecturer at University College in Tanzania; current research on two 

development efforts in western Tanzania. 

Relevant Publications: "A Problem in Development: An Attempt to Form a 

Viable Fisherman's Cooperative Society for Lake Tanganyika." 

Degrees: A.B. Oberlin College 

M.A. Indiana University 
Language: Swahili 

McKAY, JOHN P., Associate Professor, History 

Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

1965-66, research in France, Belgium, and Germany on European investment in 
Russia before 1914; 1970-71, Guggenheim Fellowship to France and elsewhere; 
current research on the electrification of urban transportation in Europe, 1885- 
1910, and a translation of Le Peuple by Jules Michelet. 
Degrees: B.A. Wesleyan University 

M.A. Tufts University 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Languages: French, German, Russian 

McPHERSON, WILLIAM H., Professor, Economics, and Labor and Industrial 
Relations 

Area: Western Europe 

1926-27, graduate study, University of Paris, France; 1927-28, research in Ger- 
many; 1952-53, study of mediation and arbitration in western Europe and lec- 
turer at German labor academies; 1960-61, Fulbright Fellowship for research on 



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French labor courts; 1969, research on German public employee unions; current 
research on labor relations of government employees in West Germany. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of The French Labor Courts: Judgment by 
Peers and numerous articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees : A.B. Harvard University 

M.A. Ohio State University 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Languages: French, German 

MECHTLY, ENGENE A., Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering 
Area: Western Europe, South America 

1952-53, Fulbright Fellowship to University of Innsbruck, Austria; 1958, Ex- 
plorer Satellite Field Operations in Germany; 1966, Solar Eclipse Rocket Ex- 
periment in Brazil; 1969, MUCIA grant for planning cooperative research and 
lecturing in Argentina; current research on rocket investigations of the upper 
atmosphere. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Lower Ionosphere Electron Densities Mea- 
sured During the Solar Eclipse of 12 November 1966." 

Degrees : B.S. Western Maryland College 

M.S. Pennsylvania State University 

Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University 
Languages: French, German 

MEEHAN, THOMAS C, Assistant Professor, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 
Area: Western Europe, South America 

Summer 1962, dissertation research in Spain; summer 1970, Center for Latin- 
American Studies field research in Chile; current research on Spanish-American 
literature. 

Relevant Publications: "Ernesto Sabato's Sexual Metaphysics: Theme and Form 
in El tuneV and "El desdoblamiento interior en Dona Ines de Azorin." 

Degrees: B.A. Wayne State University 

M.A. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. University of Michigan 
Languages: French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish 

MELSTED, SIGURD W., Professor, Agronomy 
Area: West Africa, Middle East, South America 

1950-51, travel and study of the soils of Europe; 1956-57, Guggenheim Fellowship 
to study and travel in Europe and Asia; 1963-64, Ford Foundation grant for 
teaching at the Middle East Technical University in Turkey and travel in Ro- 
mania; 1965-67, soils adviser at Njala University College, Sierra Leone; 1967, 
lecturer in Tehran, Iran; 1969, consultant in fertilizer technology with AID in 
Chile; 1938-70, extensive travel, international meetings, and short-term visits 
abroad; current research on characterization and classification of the soils of 
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Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Correlation of Phosphorus Soil Test Val- 
ues with Rice Yields in Thailand" and other articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. North Dakota State University 

M.S. Rutgers University 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, Icelandic 

MERKELO, HENRY, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

Lived in the Ukraine, Germany, and France; current research on quantum elec- 
tronics, particularly luminescence. 

Relevant Publications: Articles in area of specialization. 
Degree: Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages : French, Russian, Ukrainian 

MERRITT, RICHARD L., Research Professor, Institute of Communications 
Research; Professor, Political Science 
Area: Western Europe 

1956-57, Fulbright Fellowship for study at Free University of Berlin, Germany; 
1960-61, 1966-67, and 1969-70, research in Berlin; 1964-70, numerous interna- 
tional conferences; currently writing books on international political communi- 
cation and integration. 

Relevant Publications: Systematic Approaches to Comparative Politics and nu- 
merous other books and articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.A. University of Southern California 

M.A. University of Virginia 

Ph.D. Yale University 
Language: German 

METCALF, ROBERT L., Professor, Zoology and Entomology 
Area: International 

1958 to date, consultant to World Health Organization, International Reference 
Centre for Vector Control; 1955, 1959, and 1966, seminars and lectures; current 
research on insect control, malaria control, and other vector borne diseases. 
Relevant Publications: Destructive and Useful Insects and other publications in 
area of specialization. 
Degrees: A.B. University of Illinois 

A.M. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. Cornell University 
Languages: French, German 

MEYERSON, BERNARD L., Director, Office of Foreign Student Affairs 
Area: West Africa, Southeast Asia 

March 1968, interviewing and consultation in West Africa; August 1968, con- 
sultation in Taiwan. 



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Degrees : A.B. Brooklyn College 
A.M. Brooklyn College 
Language: French 

MILLAR, JAMES R., Associate Professor, Economics 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

February-July 1966, research in U.S.S.R.; August-September 1970, Russian and 
East European Center grant to present paper to the International Association of 
Agricultural Economists, U.S.S.R.; current research on central planning, the role 
of agriculture in development, and peasant economies. 

Relevant Publications: Editor of The Soviet Rural Community: A Symposium 
and articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.A. University of Texas 
Ph.D. Cornell University 
Language: Russian 

MILLER, LAWRENCE B., Assistant Professor Emeritus, Agronomy 
Area: International 

1966-69, conferences on major agronomic problems with visitors from many 

foreign countries: 

Degree: B.S. University of Illinois 

MILLER, ROBERT F., Associate Professor, Political Science 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1962-63, dissertation research in U.S.S.R.; 1963-64, Ford Foundation grant for 
dissertation research in U.S.S.R.; 1970, U.S. Office of Education, research and 
travel in U.S.S.R. and Yugoslavia; current research on comparative agricultural 
organization with special emphasis on cooperatives in eastern Europe and com- 
parative administration systems. 

Relevant Publications: One Hundred Thousand Tractors: The MTS and the 
Development of Controls in Soviet Agriculture and articles in area of special- 
ization. 
Degrees : A.B. University of Michigan 

A.M. Harvard University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: French, Polish, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Ukranian 

MILLINGTON, RICHARD J., Professor, Agronomy 
Area: Western Europe, Southwest Pacific 

1957, visiting member of Institute of Plant Physiology, Imperial College, Lon- 
don; 1960, symposium in United Kingdom and visits to laboratories in Europe; 
1965, visit to Europe; current research on leaf, plant, and crop energy and water 
balance in relation to photosynthesis. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Radiation Exchange in Controlling Leaf 
Temperature" and other articles in area of specialization. 



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Degrees: B.S. University of Sydney (Australia) 

M.S. University of Sydney (Australia) 

Ph.D. University of Adelaide (Australia) 
Languages: French, German 

MISTRY, SORAB P., Professor, Animal Science 
Area: South Asia, Western Europe 

1937-47, graduate and undergraduate study in India; 1947-50, graduate study at 

Cambridge, England; 1956, visiting professor at University of Amsterdam, the 

Netherlands; 1956-57 and 1963-67, visiting professor at University of Zurich, 

Switzerland; current research on biochemistry and nutrition. 

Relevant Publications: "Control of Gluconeogenesis in Biotin-Deficient Rat 

Liver" and numerous other articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Bombay (India) 

M.S. Indian Institute of Science (India) 

Ph.D. University of Cambridge (England) 
Languages: French, German, Indian languages 

MITCHELL, RICHARD E., Associate Professor, History 
Area: Western Europe 

Summer 1965, research and study in Italy, Greece, and England; summer 1966, 

research and study in Germany, France, England, and Italy; 1969-70, numismatic 

research in Italy; currently beginning two-year research project in Italy and 

Sicily on Roman Republican coins. 

Relevant Publications: "A New Chronology for the Roman-Campanian Coins"; 

"The Fourth Century Origin of Roman Drachma." 

Degrees: B.A. Olivet College 

M.A. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. University of Cincinnati 
Languages: French, German, Greek, Italian, Latin 

MOHRAZ, BIJAN, Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering 
Area: International 

Current research on analysis and design of shells used as roof construction, and 

on analysis and design of containment vessels for generating nuclear power. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Influence of Edge Beam Properties on 

the Stress in Hyperbolic Paraboloids" and several other articles in area of 

specialization. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 

MONK, JANICE J., Instructor, Geography 
Area: Southwest Pacific 

1958-61, research and teaching at University of Sydney, Australia; 1957, research 
in historical geography of pastoral settlement of northeast Australia; 1965, Social 



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Science Research Council grant for household survey of aboriginal families in 
New South Wales, Australia; current research on socio-economic study of part- 
aboriginal populations in Australia. 
Degrees: B.A. University of Sydney (Australia) 

M.A. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German 

MONTAGUE, WILLIAM E., Associate Professor, Computer-Based Education 
Research Laboratory and Psychology 
Area: Central America 

Spring 1970, taught programmed instruction and human factors at the Univer- 
sity of Veracruz, Mexico, and addressed the National Congress of Physics in 
Xalapa, Mexico; current research on instructional psychology. 
Degree: Ph.D. University of Virginia 
Languages: French, Spanish 

MORROW, JO DEAN, Professor, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 
Area: East Asia 

February-September 1969, teaching and research at Kyoto University in Japan 
and visited laboratories throughout Japan; current research on fatigue of metals. 
Degrees : B.S. Rose Polytechnic Institute 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 

MUEHLING, ARTHUR J., Associate Professor, Agricultural Engineering 
Area: Western Europe 

July- August 1966, study tour of swine housing and waste handling in Europe; 
1969-70, research on farrowing houses at Max Planck Institute, Germany. 
Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Einstreulose Abterkelbuchten." 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 
M.S. University of Illinois 
Language: German 

MUNAKATA, KIYOHIKO, Associate Professor, Art 
Area: East Asia 

1964-65, research committee on the Ueno Yuchikusai Collection in Kyoto Na- 
tional Museum, commissioned by the Japanese government; current research on 
painting and theories of painting of the Tang to the early Sung dynasty China 
and intellectual art of the middle Ming dynasty. 

Relevant Publications: "The Process and Meaning of the Establishment of Paint- 
ing of 'Trees and Rocks' in China." 
Degrees: B.A. Keio University (Japan) 

M.A. Princeton University 

Ph.D. Princeton University 
Languages : Chinese, French, German, Japanese 



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MUTTI, R. JOSEPH, Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: West Africa 

1966-67, analysis of price behavior and marketing organization and practices of 
staple food crops in Sierra Leone. 

Relevant Publications: "Marketing Staple Food Crops in Sierra Leone." 
Degrees: B.S. University of Missouri 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 

NACHTMANN, FRANCIS W., Professor, French 
Area: Western Europe 

1938, study at the University of Grenoble, France; 1944, teaching English to 
French civilians; 1946, study at the University of Mexico; 1969, literary-historical 
research in France; currently Executive Secretary of the American Association of 
Teachers of French and Director of the Placement Bureau for North and South 
America, Europe, and Africa. 
Degrees: A.B. St. Louis University 

M.A. Middlebury College 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German, Italian, Spanish 

NAGEL, STUART S., Professor, Political Science 
Area: International 

1965, senior scholar at the East-West Center; current research on cross-cultural 

legal research particularly dealing with causes and effects of alternative legal 

policies. 

Relevant Publications: "Culture Patterns and Judicial Systems"; "Empirical 

Probability Tables: International Dispute Cases"; Editor of Law and Social 

Change. 

Degrees: B.S. Northwestern University 

J.D. Northwestern University 

Ph.D. Northwestern University 

NEAL, LARRY D., Assistant Professor, Economics 
Area: Western Europe 

Currently beginning two-year leave as staff economist with the Organization for 
Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, France, and doing research on 
European economic history. 
Degrees: B.A. Stanford University 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Languages: French, Spanish 

NETTL, BRUNO, Professor, Music and Anthropology 
Area: Middle East, Western Europe 

1956-58, visiting professor in Germany and lecturer in other European countries; 
1966 and 1968-69, Center for International Comparative Studies grant for re- 



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search in Iran; 1968, workshop in Yugoslavia; 1968-69, field supervision of grad- 
uate student in India; 1969, Smithsonian Institute grant for research in Iran and 
Israel; current research on musical culture of Iran and Persian musicians in 
Israel. 

Relevant Publications: Folk and Traditional Music of the Western Continents 
and other books. 
Degrees: A. B. Indiana University 

M.A. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. Indiana University 
Languages: Czech, French, German, Persian, Spanish 

NICHOLS, J. ALDEN, Professor, History 
Area: Western Europe 

1963-64, Fulbright Fellowship for archival research in Germany; summer 1966, 
research in Federal Archive at Coblenz, Germany; current research on German 
domestic politics, 1888-1898. 

Relevant Publications: Germany after Bismarck: The Caprivi Era, 1890-1894. 
Degrees: B.A. Wesleyan University 

M.A. Columbia University 

Ph.D. Columbia University 
Languages: French, German 

NIEVERGELT, JURG, Associate Professor, Computer Science 
Area: Western Europe 

Summer 1966, visiting and lecturing at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, 

Zurich, Switzerland. 

Degrees: Diploma Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Switzerland) 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German, Italian 

NOBLE, YVONNE, Associate Professor, English 
Area: Western Europe 

1967-68 and 1970-71, research in Great Britain; current research on eighteenth- 
century English literature including an elaborate edition of the Beggar's Opera. 
Degrees: B.A. Colby College 

M.A. Yale University 

Ph.D. Yale University 
Languages: French, German, Latin 

NOTARAS, ALEXANDER, Professor, Architecture 
Area: North Africa, West Africa, Western Europe 

1965, Fulbright Fellowship to lecture and advise the Polytechnical Institute of 
Guinea on architecture program and urbanism; 1966-68, summer conferences in 
France and Germany; 1969, seminars in Paris on education; currently structuring 
the architecture year abroad program in France. 

Degree: Diploma Ecole Nationale et Superieur des Beaux Arts (France) 
Languages: French, German, Greek, Spanish 



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O'CONNOR, JOHN A., Assistant Professor, Extension in Music (Division of 
University Extension) 

Area: North Africa, East Asia, Western Europe 

1950-52 and 1960, music education research and study in Korea; 1955-58, music 
education research and study in Japan and Korea; 1962-65, research and study in 
Germany; current research on music education. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Wisconsin 

M.S. University of Illinois 
Language: German 

ODELL, RUSSELL T., Professor, Agronomy 
Area: Central Africa, West Africa 

1951, evaluation of the agricultural potential of soils near a proposed railroad in 
Tanzania and Zambia; 1963, study of education and agricultural development in 
Sierra Leone; 1966-67, development of Njala University College in Sierra Leone; 
current research on soil resources in Sierra Leone. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Education and Agricultural Development 
in Sierra Leone"; Co-author of "Properties, Classification, and Use of Tropical 
Soils, with Special Reference to Those in Sierra Leone." 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Language: French 

OLVER, EL WOOD F., Professor, Agricultural Engineering 
Area: International 

August 1964, presented paper at International Agricultural Engineering Meeting, 
Switzerland, and toured agricultural engineering departments in six European 
countries; 1967-69, adviser and chief of party of Illinois team at Jawaharlal 
Nehru Agricultural University in India; currently developing a report on agri- 
cultural engineering education in developing countries. 

Relevant Publications: "The Role of Agricultural Education in Agricultural 
Universities of Developing Countries" and other articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. Pennsylvania State University 

M.S. Pennsylvania State University 

Ph.D. Iowa State University 
Languages: French, German 

ORMISTON, EMMETT E., Professor, Dairy Science 
Area: South Asia 

1961-63, dairy science adviser at Banaras Hindu University, India; 1968 to date, 
dairy science adviser at Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University, India; current 
research on forage crops and dairy cattle breeding and management. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 



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OSGOOD, CHARLES E., Professor, Center for Advanced Study, and Psychol- 
ogy; Research Professor, Institute of Communications Research 
Area: International 

1960 to date, research on comparable semantic differential measuring instru- 
ments in twenty-five language-culture communities and application of these in- 
struments in the study of the affective dimension of subjective culture. 
Relevant Publications: "On the Strategy of Cross-National Research into Sub- 
jective Culture" and numerous other articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.A. Dartmouth College 
Ph.D. Yale University 

OZEROL, NAIL H., Research Associate, Zoology 
Area: International 

Fall 1955, International Farm Youth Exchange Program to England and Scot- 
land; current research on the development of vaccines against parasitic helminth 
infections which are important in the tropics and subtropics. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Further Characterization of Active Metab- 
olites from Histotropic Larvae of Haemonchus contortus Cultured in vitro" and 
other articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Ankara (Turkey) 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages : French, Russian, Turkish 

PACHMUSS, TEMIRA A., Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1962, Russian Language and Area Studies Center grant for research in Paris, 
Heidelberg, and Helsinki; 1964, research in Paris, Amsterdam, and Helsinki; 
1965, Fulbright Fellowship for research in Paris, Munich, and Rome; 1966, re- 
search in Paris, Rome, Belgrade, and Stockholm; 1967 and 1968, research in 
Paris, Munich, and Stockholm; 1969, research in Paris, Munich, Stockholm, and 
Helsinki; current research on Russian literature of the "Silver Age" and in exile. 
Relevant Publications: Zinaida Hippius: Intellect and Ideas in Action and nu- 
merous articles and publications in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.A. University of Melbourne (Australia) 

M.A. University of Melbourne (Australia) 

Ph.D. University of Washington 
Languages: French, German, Polish, Russian 

PAGE, THOMAS, Associate Professor, Political Science 
Area: South Asia 

September-November 1962, consultant on training and utilization with the Peace 

Corps in India. 

Degrees: B.A. University of Kansas 

M.A. University of Minnesota 

Ph.D. University of Minnesota 
Languages: French, German 



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PARR, PHYLLIS G., Assistant Professor, Mathematics 
Area: South America 

Summer 1967, seminars for high school teachers from Bolivia in conjunction with 
Universidad Mayor de San Andres and USAID and revised mathematics cur- 
riculum in Instituto Americano, La Paz, Bolivia. 
Degrees: B.S. Oakland City College 

M.A. Indiana University 

Ph.D. Indiana University 
Languages: French, German, Spanish 

PARRISH, JOHN B., Professor, Economics 
Area: Western Europe 

July 1967, presented paper at the Second International Conference of Women 
Engineers and Scientists at Cambridge University, England; current research on 
some international aspects of women as a professional resource. 
Relevant Publications: "Future of Women in Science and Engineering." 
Degrees : A.B. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German 

PASQUARIELLO, ANTHONY M., Professor, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 
Area: Western Europe 

1955-56, Ford Foundation grant for research in Spain and Italy; February-July 
1963, research in Spain and Italy; March-June 1967, study and supervision in 
Spain; current research on the theatre of Enrique Jardiel Powcela, Alfonso 
Sastre, and A. Buero Vallejo. 

Relevant Publications: "Miguel Mihura's Tres sombreros de copa: A Farce to 
Make You Sad" and numerous other articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees : B.A. Brooklyn College 

M.A. Columbia University 

Ph.D. University of Michigan 
Languages: French, Italian, Spanish 

PATTON, DONALD J., Lecturer, Business Administration 
Area: North Africa 

1969-70, teacher at the Graduate School of Business Administration, University 
of Tunis, Tunisia; current research on international business and the ability of a 
foreign investor to foresee the economic and political environment that will 
confront him. 
Degrees: B.A. University of New Brunswick (Canada) 

M.A. University of Toronto ( Canada ) 

D.B.A. Indiana University 
Language: French 

PATTON, FRANKLIN D., Associate Professor, Geology 
Area: International 

Summer 1961, supervisor of field exploration for an oil refinery in Panama; 



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February-August 1963, consulting foundation engineer for AID project in United 
Arab Republic; January- August 1966, NATO postdoctoral fellowship for study 
and research at National Civil Engineering Laboratory in Lisbon, Portugal; No- 
vember 1968, field study of landslides in eastern Peru; October 1969, consultant 
to American contractor in Cali, Colombia; current research on landslides 
throughout the world and the engineering geology of construction projects. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Alberta (Canada) 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 

PECK, N. TENNEY, Associate Professor, Mathematics 
Area: Western Europe 

1966-67, research fellow at University of Frankfurt, Germany; 1967-68, visiting 
lecturer at University of Warwich, England. 
Degrees : B.A. Haverford College 

Ph.D. University of Washington 
Languages: French, German 

PELCZAR, RICHARD S., Assistant Professor, History and Philosophy of 
Education 

Area: South America 

1964-66, Peace Corps volunteer in Ecuador; 1968-69, visiting professor in educa- 
tional research methods at the University of Antioquia, Colombia; 1969, con- 
sultant for Colombian Institute for the Development of Higher Education, 
Bogota, and seminars in various Colombian cities; current research on the soci- 
ology of higher education in Latin America and on education development in 
Latin America. 

Relevant Publications: "The University Professor in Colombia: A Role in Tran- 
sition"; "Un Nuevo Concept de la Alfabetizaction y el Desarrollo"; and "La 
Educacion Comparada Como un Auxiliar a la Planeacion Universitaria." 
Degree : B.A. Indiana University 
Language: Spanish 

PENDLETON, JOHNNY W., Professor, Agronomy 
Area: South Asia, Southwest Pacific 

August-September 1968, Third International Wheat Symposium, Ninth Inter- 
national Soils Congress, and visiting professor at Waite Agricultural Research 
Institute, all in Australia; September 1970, consultant with University of Illinois 
soybean program in India and speaker at All India Marketing and Utilization 
Conference; current research on crop production and ecology. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Tennessee 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German, Spanish 

PESHKIN, ALAN J., Professor, History and Philosophy of Education 
Area: West Africa, South Asia 

1958-61, technical assistance and research in Pakistan; 1965-66, coordination of 



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education project and research on social mobilization in Nigeria; current research 

on education and the development of individual modernisms, social mobilization, 

and access to education. 

Relevant Publications: "The Use of Trained Native Observers in Field Work" 

and other articles in area of research. 

Degrees: A.B. University of Illinois 

Ed.M. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 

PIERSON, JOHN D., Instructor, History 
Area: East Asia 

1964-65, graduate study at Keio University, Japan; 1967-68, Fulbright Fellowship 
for research at Kyoto University and seminar on Christianity and social problems 
in modern Japan at Ooshisha University, Japan; current research on modern 
Japanese social, intellectual, and political history. 
Degrees : B.A. University of Hawaii 
M.A. University of Hawaii 
Languages : Chinese, French, Japanese 

PLATH, DAVID W., Professor, Anthropology 
Area: East Asia 

1959-61 and 1965, field research in Japan; 1966, Pacific Science Congress in 
Tokyo; 1969-70, field director for international student program tour through 
Asia and Europe; current research on utopianism and cultural revitalizations, and 
life-cycle and modernization in Japan. 

Relevant Publications: Sensei and His People: The Building of a Japanese Com- 
mune and other publications and articles relating to Japan. 
Degrees: B.S. Northwestern University 

M.A. Harvard University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Language: Japanese 

POND, CHARLES P., Associate Professor, Physical Education 
Area: Western Europe, South America, Southwest Pacific 

1956, World Congress of Physical Education in Australia; 1961-62, Fulbright 
Fellowship to coach gymnastics, consult, train teachers, and direct Bolivar games 
in Colombia; 1968, international course in Rome, Italy; current research on 
training programs and coaching methods in gymnastics and international judging 
training in gymnastics. 
Degrees : B.S. Hardin-Simmons University 

M.S. Southern Methodist University 
Language: Spanish 

PORQUERAS-MAYO, ALBERTO, Associate, Center for Advanced Study; 
Professor, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 
Area: Western Europe 

1954-55, scholarship for postdoctoral work at University of Bonn, Germany; 
1955-58, lecturer at University of Hamburg, Germany; 1965, presented paper at 



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International Congress of Hispanists in the Netherlands; 1966, presented paper 
at Congress of International Federation of Modern Languages and Literatures in 
France; 1968, presented paper at conference in Romania; 1969, presented paper 
at conference in Pakistan; current research on literary theory of Renaissance and 
Baroque periods in Europe. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of Ensayo Bibliogrdfico del Prologo en la Lit- 
eratura and numerous articles and publications in area of specialization. 
Degrees: M.S. University of Madrid (Spain) 
Ph.D. University of Madrid ( Spain ) 
Languages: Catalan, French, German, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish 

PORTES, ALEJANDRO, Assistant Professor, Sociology 
Area: Latin America 

1963, student at Catholic University of Argentina; 1968, guest professor in meth- 
odology at University of Chile and research consultant at Latin-American Popu- 
lation Center, Chile; 1968-69, MUCIA sponsored research associate at Land 
Tenure Center, Chile; 1969, Ford Foundation grant for publication of a mono- 
graph, Santiago, Chile; 1970, faculty participant at Seventh Inter- American 
Seminar on Municipal Affairs, Colombia; and research consultant to Central 
American Population Center in Guatemala; current research on determinants of 
leftist radicalism in the lower-class urban sectors of Latin America and an 
analysis of a Guatemala survey of lower-class orientations conducted by the 
Central American Population Center. 

Relevant Publications: "The Chilean Urban Slum: Types and Correlates"; 
"Leftist Radicalism in Chile: A Test of Three Hypotheses"; and other articles 
and publications on Latin-American countries. 
Degrees: B.A. Creighton University 

M.A. University of Wisconsin 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 
Languages : French, Spanish 

PRETO-RODAS, RICHARD A., Associate Professor, Spanish, Italian, and 
Portuguese 

Area: Western Europe, South America 

1956, student at University of Lisbon, Portugal; 1964, dissertation research in 
Portugal and Madrid; 1968, research for a monograph in Brazil; current research 
on pronoun confusion in contemporary Peninsular Portuguese. 
Relevant Publications: "The Development of Negritude in the Poetry of Por- 
tuguese-Speaking Societies" and other articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees : B.A. Fairfield University 

M.A. Boston College 

M.A. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. University of Michigan 
Languages: French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish 

PRICE, JOHN W., Counselor, Office of Foreign Student Affairs 
Area: International 

Summer 1959, group leader for YMCA-YWCA Student Cultural Exchange Pro- 



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gram to U.S.S.R.; 1961-62, interviewed university graduates in thirty countries 

to determine their evaluation of their U.S. study and to assess their leadership 

roles at home; summer 1966, director of Illini-in-India work camp in southern 

India; current research on international alums contribution to the development 

of their native countries. 

Degree : B.D. Yale University Divinity School 

Language: French 

PROSSER, C. LADD, Professor, Physiology and Biophysics 
Area: Western Europe 

1934, postdoctoral fellow at Cambridge, England; 1963-64, Guggenheim Fellow- 
ship to Germany, U.S.S.R., and Italy; current research on environmental 
physiology. 
Degrees: A.B. University of Rochester 

Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University 
Language: German 

PURVES, ALAN C., Professor, English 
Area: International 

1965-70, conferences of International Association for the Evaluation of Educa- 
tional Achievement; currently, chairman of International Literature Committee. 
Relevant Publications: Elements of Writing about a Literary Work. 
Degrees : A.B. Harvard University 

M.A. Columbia University 

Ph.D. Columbia University 
Language: French 

QUELLER, DONALD E., Professor, History 
Area: Western Europe 

1954-55, Fulbright Fellowship to Belgium for research on Flemish relations with 

France in the thirteenth century; 1962-63, Rockefeller grant to Italy for research 

on the Middle Ages and on Venetian diplomatic administration; current research 

on Fourth Crusade and Venetian patriciate in Middle Ages. 

Relevant Publications: The Office of the Ambassador in the Middle Ages and 

other articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees : A.B. University of Michigan 

M.A. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 
Languages: Dutch, French, German, Italian, Latin, Spanish 

QUICK, CHARLES W., Professor, Law 
Area: East Africa, West Africa 

1964-66, professor of law at University of East Africa and draftsman of Tan- 
zania Evidence Code; summer 1967, lecturer and consultant for problems of con- 
stitutional development in Ghana, Nigeria, and Liberia; current research on 
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Degrees: A. B. Talladega College 

LL.B. Harvard University 

J.D. Harvard University 

LL.M. New York University 
Language: French 

RAE, EDWIN C, Professor, Art 
Area: Western Europe 

1960-70, continuing research on medieval sculpture in the British Isles, especially 
Ireland. 

Relevant Publications: Contributor to New History of Ireland (forthcoming), 
and articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: A. B. Harvard University 

M.A. Harvard University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: French, German, Spanish 

RANSEL, DAVID L., Assistant Professor, History 

Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

1959-60, study in Sweden; summer 1962, supervision of study tour of Austria; 
1965-66, research in archives in U.S.S.R.; summer 1966, Danforth Foundation 
grant for research in Sweden, Denmark; summer 1970, Russian and East Euro- 
pean Center grant for consultation and research in U.S.S.R.; current research on 
eighteenth-century Russian political and social history. 

Relevant Publications: "Nikita Panin's Imperial Council Project and the Strug- 
gle of Hierarchy Groups at the Court of Catherine II." 

Degrees: B.A. Coe College 

M.A. Northwestern University 

Ph.D. Yale University 
Languages: Danish, French, German, Russian, Swedish 

RASMUSEN, BENJAMIN A., Professor, Animal Science 
Area: Western Europe 

1965-66, research in blood groups of sheep and pigs in Scotland; 1963 to date, 
United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization panel of blood group experts; 
1968, organizer of international comparison test of blood groups of sheep. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Association between Potassium Concentra- 
tion and Serological Type of Sheep Red Blood Cells" and other articles in area 
of specialization. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. Cornell University 

D.V.M. Cornell University 

Ph.D. University of California 
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RAY, BURTON W., Associate Professor, Agronomy 
Area: South Asia 

October-December 1965, soil mapping and soil morphological studies at Uttar 
Pradesh Agricultural University, India. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Soil Survey: Experiment Station Farm 
and Dairy Farm of U. P. Agricultural University, Pant Nagar, U. P., India." 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 
M.S. University of Illinois 

READ, HADLEY, Professor, Agricultural Communications 
Area: South Asia, Middle East, Southwest Pacific 

1952-53, communications consultant for U.S. State Department in western Eu- 
rope; 1962, communications consultant to Commonwealth Scientific and Indus- 
trial Research Organization of Australia; 1963, communications consultant for 
AID programs in India, Ceylon, and Jordan; 1965, executive visitor for AID 
contract operations in Jordan; communications consultant to commercial farm 
cooperative in Australia. 
Degrees: B.S. Iowa State University 
M.S. Iowa State University 

REGNIER, EARL H., Professor, Recreation and Park Administration 
Area: South Asia, Canada 

1960, tour of Alberta, British Columbia, and Yukon; 1963-65, adviser on student 
welfare and training programs at Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University, India; 
current research on rural development research impacts of overseas projects on 
land-grant contract campuses in the United States. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "AID-University Rural Development Con- 
tracts and U.S. Universities." 
Degrees: B.S. Kansas State University 

M.S. Cornell University 

Re.Dir. Indiana University 

REISNER, RALPH, Professor, Law 
Area: Western Europe 

Summer 1962, research on law of European Economic Community; fall 1966, 

Fulbright Fellowship for research in Scandinavia; current research on U.S.-Scan- 

dinavian comparative criminal law and procedure. 

Relevant Publications: "National Regulation of the Movement of Workers in the 

European Community." 

Degrees: A.B. University of Washington 

J.D. George Washington University 
Languages: German, Italian 

RENNE, ROLAND R., Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: International 

1951-53, director of USAID in the Philippines; June-October 1958 and January 



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1959, chief of party of United Nations Agricultural Survey of Peru; January- 
February 1960, consultant in land utilization to USAID in Ethiopia; February- 
March 1967, chief of party, Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources, 
Ford Foundation Survey in the Philippines; December 1968, chief of party, State 
Department Soil Survey and Water-Shed Management team in Pakistan; 1969 
to date, chief of party, University of Illinois-AID team at Uttar Pradesh Agri- 
cultural University, India; current research on interaction of agricultural eco- 
nomic and social factors in developing countries. 

Relevant Publications: "International Trade in Dairy Products"; "The Role of 
the New Agricultural Strategy in Indian Economic Growth." 
Degrees: B.S. Rutgers University 

M.S. University of Wisconsin 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 
Languages: German, Spanish 

RICHARDS, CLAIRE L., Professor, Music 
Area: North Africa, Western Europe 

1947-48, study and concerts in London, England; summer 1948, study and per- 
formances in Switzerland; 1955-56, study and concerts in France; 1955-56, 
reorganized Music Library in Paris; 1963, research and concerts in Italy and 
Tunisia; 1970, research in Vienna, Austria; current research on contemporary 
Austrian music for piano. 
Degrees: B.S. Julliard School of Music 

B.Mus. Yale University 

M.Mus. Yale University 

L.R.A.M. Royal Academy of Music (England) 
Languages: French, German, Italian 

RILEY, JACK, Associate Professor, Naval Science 
Area: North Africa, Middle East, Western Europe 

1966-69, foreign policy for United States government in North Africa, Middle 
East, and Europe; current research on foreign policy of the United States in the 
Israel-United Arab Republic crisis. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Southern California 

M.A. University of Southern California (London) 

M.A. University of Michigan 

RINGER, ALEXANDER L., Professor, Music 

Area: North Africa, Middle East, Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

Comparative research in Middle Eastern music, including field work in Israel, 
Tunisia, and Iran, sponsored in part by the Smithsonian Institution; planning and 
initial direction of Department of Musicology at the Hebrew University, Jeru- 
salem, Israel; planning and direction of a training program for American music 
teachers in Hungary; lectures and meetings in Iran and Israel and numerous 
European countries; historical research on the musical connections between 
Medieval Europe and the Middle and Near East; currently directing the experi- 
mental application and adaptation of Hungarian methods and materials in three 
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Relevant Publications: "Eastern Elements in Medieval Polyphony" and other 

articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: B.A. University of Amsterdam (Netherlands) 

M.A. New School for Social Research 

Ph.D. Columbia University 
Languages: Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, 
Spanish 

RISTIC, MIODRAG, Professor, Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene and Veter- 
inary Research and Extension 

Area: Western Europe, Central America, South America 

1965, lectured and conducted research institutes for tropical medicine in Ham- 
burg, Germany; 1967, conducted AID seminars for Peruvian veterinarians and 
lectured at the University of Lima, Peru; 1966-68, lecturer at the College of 
Veterinary Medicine, Venezuela; 1968, lecturer at the Center for Animal Pathol- 
ogy, Mexico City, Mexico; current research on infectious blood diseases of man 
and animals which are transmissible by arthropods. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of Infectious Blood Diseases of Man and Ani- 
mals and several articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: Dipl. Vet. Ludwig Maximillian University (Germany) 

D.V.M. College of Veterinary Medicine (Germany) 

M.S. University of Wisconsin 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German 

ROBINSON, CLARK S., Research Professor, Physics 
Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1959, conference on High Energy Physics, U.S.S.R.; February 1967, conference 
on electromagnetic interactions, U.S.S.R., and travel in Hungary and Bulgaria; 
1967-68, senior scholar at Nuclear Physics Institute, Novosibirsk, U.S.S.R.; cur- 
rent research on electron accelerators in U.S.S.R. and eastern Europe. 
Degrees : S.B. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Languages : French, German, Russian 

ROBINSON, GERTRUDE J., Assistant Professor, Sociology 
Area: Canada, Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1958, study in Switzerland; 1964, Institute of International Education grant for 
research and field experience in Yugoslavia; summer 1968, interviews, field 
experience, and UNESCO conference in Yugoslavia; January-March 1969 and 
summer 1970, research in Yugoslavia; current research on comparison of mass 
media organization and functioning in Yugoslavia and other eastern European 
socialist countries, on the changing role of the artist in Yugoslav society, and on 
international communication flow patterns. 

Relevant Publications: "Tanjug's Complementary Role in International Com- 
munication"; "The Screen and the Mill: Or the Case of the Lost Gatekeeper." 



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Degrees: B.A. Swarthmore College 

M.A. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: German, Serbo-Croatian 

ROBISON, ANDREW C, Instructor, Philosophy 
Area: South Asia, Western Europe 

1965-66, Fulbright Fellowship for research on Indian philosophy at various uni- 
versities in India; 1969, Fifth International Philosophers Conference at East- West 
Center, Honolulu, Hawaii; current research on Indian philosophy and eighteenth- 
century Italian graphic art. 

Relevant Publications: Two articles on eighteenth-century Italian graphic art. 
Degrees : A.B. Princeton University 

M.A. Oxford University ( England ) 
Languages: Classical Greek, French, German 

ROCKWOOD, WALTER G., Instructor, Agricultural Communications 
Area: West Africa, North Africa 

1964-66, teacher and field administrator with National Rural Development Ser- 
vice in Togo; 1966-67, administrator and adviser to Minister of Agriculture in 
Guinea; 1967-68, teacher and administrator with Ministry of Agriculture in 
Morocco. 

Degree: B.S. University of Vermont 
Language: French 

RODDA, ERROL D., Associate Professor, Agricultural Engineering 
Area: Africa, South Asia 

1968-70, adviser on agricultural engineering, curriculum development, research 
program development, and extension activities at Uttar Pradesh Agricultural 
University, India; current research on agricultural structures. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. Purdue University 
Languages : French, German 

ROLLAND, PAUL, Professor, Music 

Area: Middle East, Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1960-61, speaker on violin instruction and performer in Austria, Hungary, Yugo- 
slavia, Turkey, and Israel under a U.S. State Department grant; 1961, speaker 
at International Society of Music Education, Vienna; current research on violin 
teaching materials. 

Relevant Publications: "Innovations in String Teaching" and numerous other 
articles in area of specialization. 
Degree: M.S. Academy of Music (Hungary) 
Languages: French, German, Hungarian 



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ROMACK, FRANK E., Associate Professor, Veterinary Biological Structure 
Area: International 

1961 to date, supervised research of Asian AID students; 1963-65, supervised 
research of Puerto Rican students; current research on studies of endocrine me- 
tabolism and function in domestic animals. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Missouri 

M.S. University of Missouri 

Ph.D. University of Missouri 
Languages : French, German 

RONOUILLO, MARIA C. R., Research Associate, Zoology 
Area: Southeast Asia 

1959-61, research on incidence of flatworm parasites in the vicinity of Manila; 
1969 to date, research on insect tissue culture as part of the AID malaria vac- 
cination project; current research on embryogeny, postembryogeny, and bionomic 
aspects of the mosquito. 

Relevant Publications: "Organogenesis of the Reproductive System of Mos- 
quitoes." 
Degrees: B.S. University of the Philippines (Philippines) 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: Filipino, French, Spanish 

ROSEN, LAWRENCE, Associate Professor, Anthropology 
Area: North Africa 

1966-67, field work in Morocco; summer 1969, Center for International Com- 
parative Studies grant for field work in Morocco and Tunisia; current research 
on urban social organization in Morocco, on comparative family law in Morocco 
and Tunisia, and on ethnic group relations in North Africa. 

Relevant Publications: "Anthropology and the Social History of the Moslem 
World" and several other articles. 
Degrees: B.A. Brandeis University 

M.A. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Languages: Arabic, French, Indonesian 

ROSEN, STANLEY, Assistant Professor, Industrial and Labor Relations 
Area: West Africa 

1959, coordinator of team of European labor managers; 1961-65, coordinator of 
more than fifty foreign trade union teams on labor unionism. 
Relevant Publications : "The Ghana Labor Movement — A Study of Trade 
Union Nationalism." 
Degrees: B.A. Rutgers University 
M.A. Rutgers University 
Language: Spanish 



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ROSS, HAROLD M ., Assistant Professor, Anthropology 
Area: Southeast Asia, Southwest Pacific 

Summer 1966, travel in Polynesia, Melanesia, Australia, and New Guinea; spring 

1967, lecturer in New Zealand; fall 1967, travel in New Guinea, Southeast Asia, 

India, and Middle East; 1966-68, ethnographic and linguistic research in 

Solomon Islands and New Guinea; summer 1968, travel in Polynesia, Melanesia, 

Southeast Asia, and East Asia; current research on socio-cultural change in 

Melanesia. 

Degrees: B.A. Harvard University 

M.A. Harvard University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: French, German, Melanesian dialects, Pidgin (Neo-Melanesian) 

RUNGE, EDWARD C. A., Associate Professor, Agronomy 
Area: East Asia, Canada, Southwest Pacific 

Summer 1968, field study of soils in New Zealand, Australia, the Philippines, 

and Japan, and participant at Ninth International Soil Congress in Australia; 

presently beginning one year postdoctoral fellowship at Lincoln College, New 

Zealand. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Clay-Rich Horizons Over Limestone — 

Illuvial or Residual?" and several other articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees : B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. Michigan State University 

Ph.D. Iowa State University 
Language: German 

SALAMON, MYRON B., Assistant Professor, Physics 
Area: East Asia 

1965-66, National Science Foundation grant for postdoctoral research in physics 

as visiting scientist at University of Tokyo, Japan; current research on magnetic 

materials. 

Degrees: B.S. Carnegie Mellon University 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Language: Japanese 

SALCEDO, RODOLFO N., Assistant Professor, Agricultural Communications 
Area: West Africa, Southeast Asia, South America 

1965-66, head of research division, Department of Agricultural Information and 
Communications in the Philippine Islands; 1968-70, study director, pesticides 
labeling study; current research on methodological problems in comparative sur- 
vey research in developing countries, on sociology of agricultural development, 
and on pesticides labeling study. 

Relevant Publications: "Communication and Modernization: Explorations 
through Path Analysis"; "Interpersonal and Mass Media Communication 
Channels." 



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Degrees: B. S.A.Ed. Visayas Agricultural College (Philippines) 

M.S. University of the Philippines (Philippines) 

Ph.D. Michigan State University 
Language: Spanish 

SALISBURY, GLEN W., Associate Dean, College of Agriculture; Professor, 
Dairy Science; Director, Agricultural Experiment Station 
Area: South Asia, Southeast Asia, Western Europe 

1946, consultant for Near East Foundation on dairy cattle breeding program in 
Greece; 1948-52, consultant to the Milk Marketing Board of England and Wales 
and the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries; 1955-56, Fulbright Fellowship to 
lecture in the Netherlands; 1957, vice chairman of a symposium of scientists from 
western Europe; 1961, presented papers at Animal Reproduction Conferences in 
Germany, England, and the Netherlands; 1963, team survey of Greek agriculture 
and International Congress of Animal Husbandry, Rome, Italy; 1965, USAID 
consultant to Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University, India. 
Relevant Publications: Numerous articles and publications in area of special- 
ization. 

Degrees: B.S. Ohio State University 
Ph.D. Cornell University 

SALTARELLI, MARIO, Associate Professor, Linguistics and Spanish, Italian, 
and Portuguese 

Area: East Africa, Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

1966, lecturer at the University of Hamburg, Germany; 1966-68, director of lin- 
guistics program at University of Rome, Italy; 1967, lecturer at University of 
Louvain, Belgium, conferences in Romania and Czechoslovakia, and field re- 
search in Sardinian Catalan; 1968, lecturer at universities in Italy and confer- 
ence in Romania; 1969, field research in Ethiopia and in Stalian Albanian; sum- 
mer 1970, field research in Sherian Catalan; current research on Agau language 
of Ethiopia and on Albanian and Romance languages. 

Relevant Publications: A Phonology of Stalian in Generative Grammar and other 
publications dealing with linguistics. 
Degrees: A.B. University of Illinois 

A.M. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German, Italian, Spanish 

SAMEH, AHMED H., Research Assistant Professor, Computer Science 
Area: North Africa 

1961-63, instructor at University of Alexandria, Egypt; currently developing a 
computer mathematical library. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Alexandria (Egypt) 

M.S. Georgia Institute of Technology 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: Arabic, French, German, Russian 



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SAPORA, ALLEN V., Professor, Recreation and Park Administration 
Area: Western Europe 

1945-47, directed the European Army Inter-Allied Sports Games involving work 

and travel in more than twenty countries; current research on literature retrieval 

studies and on French by Canadian students. 

Relevant Publications: Index to the Literature of Leisure, Recreation, Parks and 

Other Recreation Resources and several articles in related areas. 

Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Michigan 
Languages: French, Hungarian 

SCHACHT, RICHARD L., Assistant Professor, Philosophy 
Area: Western Europe 

1966-67, Kent Fellowship to Tubingen University, Germany, to study nineteenth- 
and twentieth-century continental philosophy; current research on continental 
philosophy. 

Relevant Publications: Alienation; "Hegel on Freedom." 
Degrees: B.A. Harvard University 

M.A. Princeton University 

Ph.D. Princeton University 
Language: German 

SCHILDKROUT, ENID, Assistant Professor, Anthropology 
Area: West Africa 

1965-67, field work in Ghana and Upper Volta; 1968, Conference on West 
African Chiefs in Ibadan, Nigeria; 1970, informal research in Zambia; current 
research on ethnicity and urban studies of West Africa. 

Relevant Publications: "Strangers and Local Government in Kumosi"; "Govern- 
ment and Chiefs in Kumosi." 
Degrees : B.A. Sarah Lawrence College 

M.A. Cambridge University (England) 

Ph.D. Cambridge University (England) 
Languages: French, Hausa, Italian 

SCHMIDT, STEPHEN C, Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: International 

1959-66, western Europe integration and trade; March-August 1966, Agricultural 
Development Council field work in the Middle East; 1967-68, trade potentials 
of Soviet satellite countries; 1968, the Central American Common Market; 
1968-69, study program in Canada on world trade in coarse grains; current re- 
search on world trade in coarse grains, on agricultural protectionism in western 
Europe, on Central American Common Market, and on international trade 
policies for agriculture. 

Relevant Publications: "Needed Policies" in A North American Common Market 
and several other articles in area of specialization. 



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Degrees: Dr.Agric.Sc. University of Budapest (Hungary) 

M.A. McGill University (Canada) 

Ph.D. McGill University (Canada) 
Languages: French, German, Hungarian 

SCHOENFELD, HANNS-MARTIN W., Professor, Accountancy and Business 
Administration 

Area: Western Europe 

1954 to date, research, consulting, seminars, conferences, and lecturing in Ger- 
many, Austria, Switzerland, France, and Belgium; current research on account- 
ing standards and cost theory in Europe. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of Die Fuehrungsanbildung im betrieblichen 
Funktionsgefuege; Management Dictionary; and several articles in area of 
specialization. 

Degrees: Dipl.Kfm. University of Hamburg (Germany) 
Dr.rer.pol. University of Hamburg (Germany) 
Habilitation University of Brainschweig (Germany) 
Languages: French, German 

SCHRAN, PETER, Professor, Asian Studies and Economics 
Area: East Asia, Western Europe 

Until 1956, studied in Germany; summer 1967, Center for International Com- 
parative Studies grant for research in Japan and Hong Kong; summer 1970, 
CICS grant for research in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and London; current 
research on economies and economic strategies on the Chinese Mainland, 1928- 
1948. 

Relevant Publications: China in Crisis; The Development of Chinese Agricul- 
ture, 1950-1959; and several articles on China. 
Degrees: Diplom Volkswirt Free University of Berlin (Germany) 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Languages : Chinese, French, German 

SCHROEDER, PAUL W., Professor, History 
Area: Western Europe 

1956-67, research on Austrian diplomacy partially under Fulbright Fellowship; 

1967 and 1970, research on European diplomacy; current research on diplomatic 

history of the Crimean War and new interpretation of the European international 

system and peace keeping in the nineteenth century. 

Relevant Publications: Metternich's Diplomacy at its Zenith, 1820-1823 and 

articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: M.A. Texas Christian University 

Ph.D. University of Texas 
Languages: French, German, Italian, Romanian, Russian 

SCHROEPFER, GEORGE J., JR., Professor, Biochemistry 
Area: Western Europe 

1961-62, research in London; 1962, International Congress on Steroids, Milan, 
Italy; current research on cholesterol, arteriosclerosis, and related subjects. 



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Relevant Publications: Numerous articles and publications in area of special- 
ization. 
Language: German 

SCOTT, JOHN T., JR., Associate Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: South Asia, Southeast Asia, Latin America 

1954-55, administrator in France; current research in soybean production and 
major food grains in India and farm resource requirements in the Philippines. 
Relevant Publications: "Management and Data Needs as Viewed by a Farm 
Management Research Worker"; "Resources Required for Viable Farms in La- 
guna Province, Philippines." 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. Iowa State University 
Language: French 

SCOTT, ROBERT E., Professor, Political Science; Acting Director and Associ- 
ate Director, Center for International Comparative Studies 
Area: Western Europe, Central America, South America 

Current research on political integration problems, especially in Latin America, 
on Latin-American universities and politics, and on elites in Latin America. 
Relevant Publications: Mexican Government in Transition; "Nation-Building in 
Latin America"; "The Use and Abuse of Executive Power in the Caribbean"; 
and numerous other publications on Latin America. 
Degrees : B.A. Northwestern University 

M.A. Northwestern University 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 
Languages: French, Portuguese, Spanish 

SCOVILLE, JAMES G., Associate Professor, Economics, and Labor and 
Industrial Relations. 

Area: Central Asia, Western Europe 

1967-68, research in Geneva, Switzerland, for the International Labour Office; 
summer 1967 and 1970, research on wages and employment in Afghanistan; cur- 
rent research on comparative labor problems and on industrial relations and 
wages in Afghanistan. 

Relevant Publications: "The Occupational Structure of Employment, 1960- 
1980"; "Remuneration in Afghan Industry." 
Degrees : A.B. Oberlin College 

A.M. Harvard University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: French, Persian, Russian 

SEGRE, DIEGO, Professor, Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene 
Area: Western Europe 

1947-52, assistant professor at the University of Milan, Italy; 1949, research at 



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Pasteur Institute, Paris, France; 1967-68, research professor at University of 
Lausanne, Switzerland; current research on immunology. 
Degrees: D.V.M. University of Milan (Italy) 

M.S. University of Nebraska 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 
Languages: French, Italian 

SELANDER, RICHARD B., Professor, Entomology 
Area: Central America, South America 

Summers 1951-64, field work in Mexico; 1964-65, field work in Chile and Argen- 
tina; 1968, field work in Brazil; current research on taxonomy, behavior, and 
ecology of insects of arid and semiarid tropical and subtropical areas of both 
North and South America. 

Relevant Publications: Two books in area of specialization. 
Degrees : B.S. University of Utah 

M.S. University of Utah 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German, Spanish 

SEYFARTH, FRANCIS, Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 
Area: South Asia 

1960-62, taught machine design and assisted in a teacher training program in 
India. 

Degrees: B.S. Princeton University 
M.S. University of Illinois 

SHAPIRO, MICHAEL, Assistant Professor, English 
Area: Western Europe 

1960, student at Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-on-Avon, England; current 
research on Shakespeare and Renaissance drama. 

Relevant Publications: "Music and Song in Plays Acted by Children's Com- 
panies during the English Renaissance" and other articles. 
Degrees : B.A. University of Rochester 

M.A. Columbia University 

Ph.D. Columbia University 
Language: French 

SHERWOOD, BRUCE A., Assistant Professor, Computer-Based Education Re- 
search Laboratory and Physics 
Area: Western Europe 

1960-61, 1963, study at the University of Padua, Italy; current research on com- 
puter-based education with international application. 
Degrees: B.S. Purdue University 

M.S. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Languages: Esperanto, French, Italian, Spanish 



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SHOEMAKER, HURST H., Associate Professor, Zoology 
Area: Middle East 

1958-60, visiting professor of biology and chairman of department at American 
University, Beirut, Lebanon. 

Degrees: M.S. Earlham College 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Languages: French, German 

SHORISH, M. MOBIN, Visiting Assistant Professor, History and Philosophy 
of Education 

Area: Central Asia, Middle East, Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R. 

1963-66, research on education and social change in Soviet Central Asia; 1966- 
67, research on pre-Soviet economic growth in Russia; 1967-69, research on edu- 
cation and political development in the U.S.S.R.; November 1970, conference 
on the progress of change in contemporary Asian societies; current research on 
aspects of education in the U.S.S.R., Islam, Afghanistan, and Israel. 

Degrees: A.B. University of Michigan 

A.M. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Languages: Arabic, German, Kirghiz, Kuzukh, Pashto, Persian, Russian, Tajik, 
Turkman, Urdu, Uzbek 



SIMON, JULIAN L., Professor, Business Administration and Economics 
Area: Middle East 

January- June 1968, Population Council grant for teaching and research in Israel; 
current research on population programs. 

Relevant Publications : "The Effect of Income Upon Fertility" and other articles 
in area of specialization. 

Degrees : B.A. Harvard University 

M.B.A. University of Chicago 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 
Languages: Hebrew, Spanish 

SIMON, RITA J., Research Professor, Institute of Communications Research; 
Professor, Sociology 

Area: South Asia, Middle East 

1955-56, research on courts and juries in India; January-September 1968, teach- 
ing at Hebrew University and field research in Israel; March 1970, Ford Foun- 
dation grant for research in Israel; current research on intergenerational conflict 
in Israel. 

Relevant Publications: "Some Intergenerational Comparisons Within Two 
Ethnic Communities in Israel," and other articles. 

Degrees: B.A. University of Wisconsin 
Ph.D. University of Chicago 



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SINCLAIR, JAMES B., Professor, Plant Pathology 
Area: South Asia 

October-December 1968, consultation and conferences in India; 1969-70, consul- 
tation, seminars, and conferences in several countries; current research on dis- 
eases of soybeans and their control and soybean seed quality in Illinois and India. 
Degrees : B.S. University of Wisconsin 

Ph.D. Lawrence University 
Languages: French, German 

SMALL, ERWIN, Professor, Veterinary Clinical Medicine 
Area: International 

August 1969, seminar in Puerto Rico; currently supervising graduate students 

from Mexico, Venezuela, and Egypt, and researching hematrophic parasites. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Morphologic Features of Haemobartonella 

felis." 

Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

D.V.M. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

SMALLEY, DONALD A., Professor, English 
Area: Western Europe 

Current research on the poetry of Robert Browning and novels of Anthony 

Trollope. 

Relevant Publications: Browning's 'Essay on Chatterton' ; Editor of Trollope: 

The Critical Heritage; and other books on Browning and Trollope. 

Degrees: B.A. Indiana University 

M.A. Indiana University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages: French, German, Latin 

SMITH, CECIL D., Assistant Dean, College of Agriculture 
Area: South Asia 

January-April 1966, consultant to vice chancellor and deans of agriculture and 
veterinary medicine at Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University, India, and 
short visit and consultation at Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University, India. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 
M.S. University of Illinois 

SMITH, RALPH A., Associate Professor, Bureau of Educational Research, and 
History and Philosophy of Education 
Area: East Asia 

Current research on the future of Japan, with special reference to the likely 
influences of cultural tradition on planning. 
Degrees : A.B. Columbia University 

M.A. Columbia University 

Ed.D. Columbia University 



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SOFRANKO, ANDREW J., Assistant Professor, Agricultural Economics and 
Sociology 

Area: West Africa 

1965, lecturer in adult education at University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria. 
Degrees: B.A. St. Vincent College 

M.A. West Virginia University 

Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University 

SOLAUN, MAURICIO, Assistant Professor, Sociology 
Area: South America 

January-June 1965, visiting professor at Universidad Pontificia Javeriana in 
Bogota, Colombia; November 1969, lecturer and consultant at Universidad de 
Los Andes, Bogota; 1969-70, Center for International Comparative Studies 
grant for research on race relations in Colombia; current research on racial dis- 
crimination without violence in Latin America. 

Relevant Publications: Sociologia de los Golpes de Estado Latino Americanos; 
"El Fracasco de la Democracia en Cuba." 
Degrees : M.A. Yale University 

Ph.D. University of Chicago 

LL.D. Universidad Catolica de Santo Tomas de Villanueva (Cuba) 
Language: Spanish 

SOO, SHAO L., Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering and Nuclear 
Engineering 

Area: East Asia, Canada, Western Europe 

September 1964, NATO lecture in Belgium, and lecture and research in En- 
gland; May 1965, NATO lecture in Italy; September 1966, lecturer in Spain, 
Switzerland, and Germany; August 1967, research in England; August 1968, 
International Symposium on Combustion in France; July 1969, lecture and con- 
ference in Italy; current research on air pollution control and fuel cells. 
Revelant Publications: Fluid Dynamics of Multiphase Systems and numerous 
articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. National Chiaotung University (China) 

M.S. Georgia Institute of Technology 

Sc.D. Harvard University 
Languages: Chinese, French, German 

SPITZE, ROBERT G. F., Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: Western Europe 

August 1964, International Conference of Agricultural Economists in France; 
1967-68, Center for International Comparative Studies grant for research in the 
United Kingdom and Ireland and lecturing at universities in the United King- 
dom and at the European Agricultural Institute in France; current research on 
comparative analysis of agricultural policy of the United Kingdom and the 
United States. 

Degrees: B.S.A. University of Arkansas 
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 



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SPODEK, BERNARD, Professor, Elementary Education 
Area: Western Europe 

1969, research in England; 1970, field supervision, seminars, and consultation in 
England; current research on British infant education. 
Degrees: B.A. Brooklyn College 

M.A. Columbia University 

Ed.D. Columbia University 

SPRENKLE, CASE M., Professor, Economics 
Area: Western Europe 

February- August 1967, Center for International Comparative Studies grant for 
research on demand for money in England, Germany, and Sweden, and guest 
lecturer at London School of Economics; September 1968, conference in En- 
gland on monetary problems; current research on demand for money of large 
firms in the U.S., United Kingdom, Germany, and Sweden. 

Relevant Publications: "Comment on Laidler's The Definition of Money"; "The 
Uselessness of Transactions Demand Models"; "On the Observed Transaction 
Demand for Money." 
Degrees: B.A. University of Colorado 

M.A. Yale University 

Ph.D. Yale University 

STAHLKE, HERBERT F., Instructor, Linguistics 
Area: West Africa 

1963-65, teaching English as a second language in Nigeria; 1966, Institute of 
Linguistics grammar workshop at University of Nigeria; 1965-67, linguistic field 
work in Ogoja Province; April 1967, Seventh West African Linguistics Society 
Conference in Nigeria; 1967, Institute of Linguistic literacy workshop at Univer- 
sity of Nigeria; current research on Ewe phonology, comparative and historical 
linguistics in Africa, and literacy. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "The Use of Index Matrices in the Prepa- 
ration of Language Learning Texts"; "Serial Verbs." 
Degrees : B.A. Concordia Senior College 

M.A. University of California at Los Angeles 

D.Phil. University of California at Los Angeles 
Languages: German, Latin, Yatye, Yoruba 

STALLINGS, WILLIAM M., Associate Professor, Educational Psychology 
Area: Middle East 

May-June 1970, Office of International Programs in Education grant for a pre- 
liminary survey of research on achievement motivation in children at the Uni- 
versity of Tehran, Iran; current research on achievement motivation in children. 
Degrees: A.B. University of Kentucky 

M.A.T. Indiana University 

Ed.D. Indiana University 



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STERN, JACOB, Associate Professor, Vocational and Technical Education 
Area: South Asia 

Summers 1967 and 1969, National Science Foundation consultant on polytechnic 
education in India; current research on a cross-cultural approach to occupation- 
ally relevant values as depicted in children's literature. 

Relevant Publications: "Values and Education"; "Problems Involved in Teacher 
Education for Technical Institutions." 
Degrees: B.S. Wayne State University 

M.Ed. Wayne State University 

Ph.D. Wayne State University 
Languages: French, German, Italian 

STONE, VICTOR J., Professor, Law 
Area: Western Europe 

1962-63, Ford Foundation grant to Luxembourg City to study the Court of Jus- 
tice of the European communities. 

Relevant Publications: "The Community Court of Justice and American Law"; 
"Current Legal Developments in the E.E.C." 
Degrees: A.B. Oberlin College 

J.D. Columbia University 
Language: French 

STUCKY, GALEN D., Associate Professor, Chemistry 
Area: International 

Current research on homogeneous catalysis intermediates, particularly organo- 

metallic compounds, on neutron diffraction, and on spectroscopic and magnetic 

properties of solids exhibiting magnetic exchange. 

Relevant Publications: "The Stereochemistry of Polynuclear Compounds of the 

Main Group Elements" and numerous other articles and publications in area 

of specialization. 

Degrees: B.S. McPherson College 

Ph.D. Iowa State University 
Languages: French, German 

STURMTHAL, ADOLF F., Professor, Labor and Industrial Relations 
Area: International 

January 1964 and April 1968, Ford Foundation lecturer at Institute for Advanced 
Studies, Vienna, Austria; 1965, consultant at Institute of International Labor 
Studies in Geneva; 1966, international symposium on the labor market and in- 
flation; 1967, lecturer in Japan, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Korea, Malaysia, 
and Singapore; 1967, presented paper at international conference in Japan; 1968, 
lecturer at various German and Austrian universities; 1969, research in North 
Africa, Geneva, and Zurich, and conference in Paris; current research on income 
distribution and economic development in Mexico and post World War II 
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Relevant Publications: The Tragedy of European Labor and numerous articles 

and publications in area of specialization. 

Degrees: Dr.rer.pol. University of Vienna (Austria) 

Languages: French, German, Italian, Spanish 

SULLIVAN, JEREMIAH D., Associate Professor, Physics 
Area: Middle East, Western Europe 

February-August 1970, research at Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, Uni- 
versity of Rome, Italy, and in Switzerland; current research on elementary par- 
ticle physics. 
Degrees: B.S. Carnegie Mellon University 

M.S. Princeton University 

Ph.D. Princeton University 

SUMLER, DAVID E., Assistant Professor, History 
Area: Western Europe 

1966-67, research on dissertation in France; 1969, research in France on domestic 

policies from 1909 to 1914; current research on the polarization of French politics, 

1909-14. 

Relevant Publications: "Domestic Influences on the Nationalist Revival in 

France, 1909-1913." 

Degrees: B.A. Wake Forest University 

M.A. Princeton University 

Ph.D. Princeton University 
Languages: French, German 

SUPPE, FREDERICK R., Assistant Professor, Philosophy 
Area: East Africa, South Asia 

1965-67, educational adviser to Indian Institute of Technology, general manager 
of the educational television station, and member of the USAID mission to 
India; 1967, preliminary field work with Masai tribe in Kenya and Tanzania. 
Degrees: A.B. University of California (Riverside) 

A.M. University of Michigan 

Ph.D. University of Michigan 
Languages: French, German 

SWING, JACK H., Professor, Architecture 
Area: South Asia 

1967 and 1969, campus plan consultant at Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural Uni- 
versity, India; 1968, campus plan consultant at Uttar Pradesh Agricultural 
University, India; currently preparing a final study on master plan proposal for 
Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University. 

Relevant Publications: "AID Reports on Indian Campus Plans." 
Degrees: B.A. University of Illinois 
B.S. University of Illinois 



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SYBESMA, CHRISTIAAN, Associate Professor, Botany, and Physiology and 
Biophysics 

Area: Western Europe 

Studied in the Netherlands; current research on photobiology and biophysics of 
photosynthesis. 

Relevant Publications: Numerous articles and publications in area of special- 
ization. 
Degrees: Natuur Kundig Ingenieur Technological University (Netherlands) 

Ph.D. Technological University (Netherlands) 
Languages: Dutch, French, German 

TAIRA, KOJI, Professor, Economics, and Labor and Industrial Relations 
Area: East Asia, Middle East, Western Europe 

1962-66, research officer in the International Labour Office, Geneva, Switzerland; 
September 1964, study of the practice of using military personnel for rural edu- 
cation in Iran; September 1966, Conference on Economic Growth in Japan in 
Tokyo; April 1967, presented paper at International Seminar on Poverty, En- 
gland; summer 1968, field surveys of the urban slums in Japanese cities; Septem- 
ber 1968, Conference on the Structure and Development of Asian Countries; 
current research on urbanization, poverty, and industralization in less developed 
countries, on modernization, entrepreneurs, managers and workers in Japan, and 
on international comparisons of the structure of incomes and wages. 
Relevant Publications: Economic Development and the Labor Market in Japan 
and several articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees : B.A. University of New Mexico 

M.A. University of Wisconsin 

Ph.D. Stanford University 
Languages: Chinese, French, German, Japanese 

TALBOT, EMILE J., Assistant Professor, French 
Area: Western Europe 

1966-67, research in France for doctoral dissertation; current research on French 
and European romanticism. 
Degrees: B.A. St. Francis College 

M.A. Brown University 

Ph.D. Brown University 
Languages: French, Italian 

TAYLOR, DONALD P., Professor, Plant Pathology 
Area: South Asia, Middle East 

1968, Caribbean symposium on nematodes of tropical crops in Trinidad and 
USAID consultant in plant pathology in India; 1969, MUCIA grant to evaluate 
nematode problems in Lebanon and Cyprus and visiting associate professor at 
American University of Beirut, Lebanon; current research on evaluation and con- 
trol of plant parasitic nematodes. 
Relevant Publications: Co-author of "First Report of the Reniform Nematode." 



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Degrees: A. B. Dartmouth College 

M.S. University of Maryland 
Ph.D. University of Minnesota 

THOMPSON, ANSON E., Professor, Horticulture 
Area: South Asia, Southeast Asia 

1958-60, teaching and research in Indonesia; March 1967, research, administra- 
tion, and consultation at Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University, India; 1967-69, 
chief of party and adviser on University administration to UPAU; current re- 
search on tropical root crops. 
Degrees: B.S. Oregon State University 
Ph.D. Cornell University 

THOMPSON, JOHN, Professor, Geography 

Area: South Asia, Central America, South America 

1958-59, Fulbright professor at University of Chile; summer 1959, field work 
in El Salvador; 1960, Fulbright professor at University of Brazil; summer 1962, 
field work in Pakistan; March 1965, Conference on the Social Sciences in Latin 
America, Rio de Janerio, Brazil; summer 1966, Center for International Com- 
parative Studies grant to Mexican field camp; summers 1969 and 1970, field 
work in Mexico; current research on urban food supply problems in Latin 
America. 

Relevant Publications: "The Fisheries Industry of El Salvador" and other 
articles on Latin America. 
Degrees : B.A. Stanford University 

M.A. University of California (Berkeley) 

Ph.D. Stanford University 
Languages: French, Portuguese, Spanish 

THOMPSON, WILLIAM N., Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: West Africa, South Asia 

1964-66, chief of party at Njala University College, Sierra Leone; 1966-68, leader 
of University portion of AID rural development research project; 1968, work- 
shop on "Economic Growth and Political Instability in West Africa: The Ni- 
gerian Experience"; 1969-70, team leader for joint Indo-American evaluation 
of progress made at Punjab Agricultural University; current research on the role 
of educational and other institutions in agricultural development. 
Relevant Publications: Co-author of Mission Overseas — A Handbook for U.S. 
Families in Developing Countries and several articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages : French, German 

THORNE, MARLOWE D., Professor, Agronomy 
Area: West Africa, South Asia 

1965, executive visitor to India and Sierra Leone; 1966, research adviser to 



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Javvaharlal Nehru Agricultural University, India; 1969, executive visitor to India 
and Sierra Leone; 1970, team leader of agricultural education survey in Nepal; 
current research on soil management and crop production. 
Degrees: B.S. Utah State University 

M.S. Iowa State University 

Ph.D. Cornell University 
Language: German 

TIKKU, GIRDHARILAL T., Professor, Asian Studies 
Area: South Asia, Middle East, Western Europe 

1954-56, study at University of Tehran, Iran; 1956-57, research in Great Britain, 
France, and Germany; 1958, research in India; 1959-61, research in Iran; sum- 
mer 1963, Ford Foundation grant for research in Great Britain; summer 1964, 
research in Iran; 1968-71, Associate Director of Center for Asian Studies at Uni- 
versity of Illinois; 1969-70, campus coordinator of University of Illinois Tehran 
Research Unit; current research on a humanist view of the impact of technology 
and modernization on traditional societies such as Iran and India. 
Relevant Publications: Persian Poetry in Kashmir and several other books and 
articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: M.A. Punjab University (India) 

M.Lit. University of Tehran (Iran) 

Ph.D. University of Tehran ( Iran ) 
Languages: Arabic, French, German, Hindi, Kashmiri, Persian, Punjabi, San- 
skrit, Urdu 

TONDEUR, PHILIPPE M., Professor, Mathematics 
Area: International 

1961-63, research fellow in Paris, France; 1961-70, participated in conferences 
and research institutes in Stockholm, Moscow, Zurich, Tokyo, Paris, and Nice; 
1964, visiting professor in Buenos Aires, Argentina; 1968, visiting professor in 
Auckland, New Zealand; current research on differential geometry and topology. 
Relevant Publications: "Introduction to Lie Groups and Transformation Groups" 
and other articles in area of mathematics. 
Degrees: Ph.D. University of Zurich (Switzerland) 
Languages : French, German, Spanish 

TOUCHBERRY, ROBERT W., Professor, Dairy Science 
Area: West Africa, Western Europe 

1956-57, Fulbright Fellowship to study dairy sire progeny testing stations in Den- 
mark; 1965, study of N'Dama cattle at Musaia Station in Sierra Leone; current 
research on cattle breeding. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "The Milk Production of Holstein-Sahival 
Crossbred Cattle in India" and other articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.S. Clemson University 

M.S. Iowa State University 

Ph.D. Iowa State University 
Language: Danish 



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TRAVERS, KENNETH J., Associate Professor, Secondary and Continuing 
Education 

Area: Canada, Caribbean 

October 1970, conference on bilingual education in San Juan, Puerto Rico; 

current research on bilingual education, teacher education, and curriculum 

development. 

Degrees: B.A. University of British Columbia (Canada) 

Ed.M. University of British Columbia (Canada) 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German 

TREXLER, RICHARD C, Assistant Professor, History 
Area: Western Europe 

1959-64, study in Germany; 1962-64, research in Italy; summer 1967, research 
in Italy; 1968-70, research in Italy; current research on religious behavior and 
experiences in the Italian Renaissance, emphasizing Tuscany. 
Relevant Publications: "Rome on the Eve of the Great Schism"; "Death and 
Testament in the Episcopal Constitutions of Florence"; and several other articles. 
Degrees : A.B. Baylor University 

Ph.D. Goethe University (Germany) 
Languages: French, German, Italian, Latin, Spanish 

TRIANDIS, HARRY, C, Professor, Labor and Industrial Relations, and 
Psychology 

Area: East Asia, South Asia, Western Europe 

Summers 1956-69, field research in Greece; 1965, Ford Foundation grant for 
research in Japan, India, and Germany; conferences and lectures in most coun- 
tries of the Northern hemisphere; current research on development of procedures 
for the study of attitudes, values, roles, and norms and their relationship to be- 
havior in different cultural settings. 

Relevant Publications: Attitudes and Attitude Change and numerous other ar- 
ticles and publications in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.Eng. McGill University (Canada) 

M.Com. University of Toronto (Canada) 

Ph.D. Cornell University 
Languages : French, German, Greek, Italian 

TWARDOCK, A. ROBERT, Professor, Physiology and Biophysics, and Veteri- 
nary Physiology and Pharmacology 
Area: Western Europe 

January- July 1970, sabbatical leave at Institute for Research on Animal Dis- 
eases, England; current research on mineral metabolism with specific reference 
to calcium and strontium and on the physiology of pregnancy and placental 
function. 

Relevant Publications: "Calcium and Strontium Secretion from Blood to Milk" 
and various other publications in area of specialization. 



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Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

D.V.M. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. Cornell University 
Language: German 

TYNER, EDWARD H., Professor, Agronomy 
Area: International 

1958-59, visiting professor of soils at University of the Philippines; 1962-63, 
Rockefeller Foundation grant as a soil scientist in the Philippines; January-April 
1965, Fulbright Fellowship to lecture at the University of the West Indies, Trini- 
dad; January-April 1966, rice soil consultant in Brazil; February-April 1969, con- 
sultant at Njala University College, Sierra Leone; current research on mineral 
behavior of subtropical and tropical soils. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Distribution of Apatite and Other Mineral 
Inclusions in a Rhyolitic Pumice Ash and Beach Sands from New Zealand: An 
Electron Mircoprobe Study" and other articles. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Nebraska 

M.S. University of Wisconsin 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 
Language: French, German 

UCHE, CHUKWUDUM, Instructor, Sociology 
Area: West Africa 

Studied in Nigeria; current research on social conflict in Black Africa; 1957-68, 
population studies, especially family planning, and problems of economic de- 
velopment. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Ife (Nigeria) 

M.A. University of Chicago 
Language: Ibo 

UCHENDU, VICTOR C, Professor, Anthropology; Director, African Studies 
Committee 

Area: Central Africa, East Africa, West Africa 

1961-62, field research on the social structure of the Igbo of Southeast Nigeria; 

1966-67, field research on agricultural change in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, and 

Zambia; 1967-68, field research on agricultural change in Ghana. 

Relevant Publications: The Igbo of Southeast Nigeria and numerous articles and 

publications relating to Africa. 

Degrees: B.Sc. University of Ibadan (Nigeria) 

M.A. Northwestern University 

Ph.D. Northwestern University 

UNNO, TAITETSU, Associate Professor, Asian Studies and History 
Area: East Asia 

1962-68, research in Japan; summer 1969, fifth East- West Philosophers Confer- 
ence, University of Hawaii; current research on the evolution of Jodo Buddhism. 



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Relevant Publications: "The Buddhata Theory of Fatsang"; The Dimension of 
Practice in Hua-Yen Thought"; "The Asian Tradition in American Literature." 
Degrees: B.A. University of California (Berkeley) 

M.A. University of Tokyo 

Ph.D. University of Tokyo 
Languages: Chinese, French, Japanese, Sanskrit 

UNWIN, STEPHEN J. F., Assistant Professor, Advertising 
Area: Western Europe 

1951-69, advertising practitioner in the United Kingdom; 1969-70, speeches on 
international advertising to American Advertising Federation and American 
Marketing Association; current research on comparative study of American and 
foreign students' attitudes to basic advertising appeals. 
Degrees: B.A. Oxford University (England) 
M.A. Oxford University ( England ) 
Language: French 

UROFF, BENJAMIN, Assistant Professor, History 

Area: Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

1962-63, research at Moscow State University; summer 1969, Russian and East 
European Center grant for research in Sweden; current research on Russian 
history of the seventeenth century. 
Degrees : B.A. Yale University 

Ph.D. Columbia University 
Languages: French, German, Russian, Swedish 

VANDEMARK, JOSEPH S., Professor, Horticulture 
Area: Caribbean 

1958-60, production research for a sugar company in Puerto Rico; current re- 
search on a root crop program planned for Jamaica and on the fertility of 
vegetable crops. 
Degrees: B.S. Michigan State University 

M.S. Michigan State University 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Language: Spanish 

VANDENDRIES, RENE I., Assistant Professor, Economics 
Area: Western Europe, South America 

Undergraduate study in Belgium; 1963-67, adviser to National Planning Institute, 

and dissertation preparation in Peru; July 1969, field research in Peru; current 

research on internal migration, urbanization, and modernization. 

Relevant Publications: "An Analysis of the Evolution of Peru's Beef Imports 

from 1950 to 1966" and other articles in area of specialization. 

Degrees: Commercial Engineer University of Louvain (Belgium) 

M.S. Iowa State University 

Ph.D. Iowa State University 
Languages: Dutch, French, Spanish 



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VAN ES, JOHANNES C, Assistant Professor, Agricultural Economics and 
Sociology 

Area: Western Europe, South America 

1963-64, Organization of American States Fellowship to study technological 
change among Colombian peasants at National University of Colombia; 1964-66, 
comparative study of German and Wisconsin farm families; 1966-68, study of 
migration and adaptation in rural Brazil; current research on sociological aspects 
of economic growth in rural areas and development of innovative institutions. 
Relevant Publications: "Farm Ownership, Political Participation, and Other 
Social Participation in Central Brazil" and several other articles. 
Degrees: B.S. State Agricultural University of Wageningen (Netherlands) 

M.S. Ohio State University 

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin 
Languages: Dutch, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish 

WALKER, ROBERT W., Associate Professor, Vocational and Technical 
Education 

Area: International 

August 1969, conducted AID seminars with foreign students on learning and 
group relations in agricultural education. 
Degrees: B.S. Pennsylvania State University 

M.S. Pennsylvania State University 

Ed.D. Pennsylvania State University 

WALKER, WILLIAM M., Associate Professor, Agronomy 
Area: West Africa 

April-June 1967, analysis of oil palm experiments in Sierra Leone. 
Relevant Publications: "An Analysis of Oil Palm Experiments at Njala Uni- 
versity College, Sierra Leone." 
Degrees: B.S. Florence State University 

M.S. University of Tennessee 

Ph.D. Iowa State University 

WALLACK, STANLEY S., Assistant Professor, Economics 
Area: International 

1962-63, study at Leeds University, England; summer 1969, research in England 
and Israel on income distribution; current research on the causes of international 
differences in functional distribution of income. 
Degrees: B.A. Antioch College 

M.A. Washington University 

Ph.D. Washington University 
Language: German 

WANG, HENRY T., Instructor, Library 
Area: East Asia, South America 

Studied in China; 1956-66, lived in Brazil; current research on Chinese librarians 
in U.S. libraries. 



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Degrees: B.A. St. John's University (China) 

M.A. San Jose State College 
Languages: Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish 

WEBB, ROBERT J., Professor, Animal Science Extension; Assistant Director, 
Agricultural Experiment Station 
Area: South Asia 

1959-61, 1963-64, and 1966-67, administration, consultation, supervision, and 
research in India; current research on animal agriculture. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 
M.S. University of Illinois 

WEBER, GREGORIO, Professor, Biochemistry 

Area: Middle East, Western Europe, South America 

Teaching at Cambridge University and University of Sheffield in England; sum- 
mer 1967, study in Israel, international conference in Tokyo; 1970, Guggenheim 
Fellowship to Argentina as associate director of a research foundation; current 
research on fluorescence spectroscopy. 
Degrees: M.D. University of Buenos Aires (Argentina) 

Ph.D. Cambridge University (England) 
Languages: French, German, Italian, Spanish 

WECHSLER, HOWARD J., Assistant Professor, History 
Area: East Asia 

1966-67, research at Academia Sinica, Taiwan; 1967-68, Fulbright Fellowship 
for research at Institute of Humanistic Studies, Kyoto University, Japan; current 
research on the "Dairy of the Founding of the Great Tang Dynasty" and its 
relationship to the historiography of the early Tang. 
Degrees: B.A. Brooklyn College 

M.A. Yale University 

Ph.D. Yale University 
Languages: Chinese, French, Japanese 

WEICHSEL, PAUL M., Associate Professor, Mathematics 
Area: Middle East, Western Europe, Southwest Pacific 

1961-62, studied at Oxford University, England; August 1962, conference in 
Stockholm, Sweden; August 1965, conference in Australia; 1965-66, studied at 
Australian National University; August 1966, conference in U.S.S.R.; 1970, 
taught at Hebrew University, Israel; current research on the theory of groups 
and the varieties of groups. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of Elements of Abstract and Linear Algebra 
and numerous other articles and publications in mathematics. 
Degrees: B.S. City College of New York 

M.S. New York University 

Ph.D. California Institute of Technology 
Languages : French, German, Hebrew 



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WEINSTEIN, MARTIN E., Assistant Professor, Political Science 
Area: East Asia 

1967-68, research on Japan's defense policy dating from 1947-68; current research 
on Japanese postwar foreign and defense policy, Japanese-Australian relations, 
and on political aspects of United States- Japanese commercial policy. 
Relevant Publications: Japan's Postwar Defense Policy 1947-1968 and articles in 
area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.A. University of Southern California 

M.A. Columbia University 

Ph.D. Columbia University 
Languages : French, Japanese 

WEISENBERG, JOSEPH O., Assistant Professor, Business Management 
Area: East Asia 

1963-65, administration of industrial contracts with Japanese firms. 
Degrees: B.S. Rockhurst College 

M.S. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

M.S. California Institute of Technology 

WERNER, LOUIS, Instructor, Philosophy 
Area: South Asia 

1965-67, research on social change in India. 
Degrees: A. B. Princeton University 
Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages : Ancient Greek, French, German, Oriya 

WHITE, ROBERT A., Associate Professor, Mechanical and Industrial 
Engineering 

Area: Western Europe 

1960-61, Fulbright Fellowship for research in Sweden; 1963-65, research engineer 
for Swedish aeronautical firm; summer 1968, NATO Senior Fellowship for re- 
search in Sweden; summer 1969, consulting in Sweden; current research on 
vehicle dynamics. 

Relevant Publications: "An Experimental Investigation of the Influences of 
Humidity on the Recovery Temperature of Mach Number 3." 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: Danish, French, German, Norwegian, Swedish 

WHITTEN, NORMAN E., JR., Associate Professor, Anthropology 
Area: Canada, South America 

1961 and 1963, field research in western Ecuador; 1964-65, field research and 
administration in western Colombia; 1966 and 1967, field research in Nova 
Scotia; 1968, Ford Foundation grant for research in Ecuador; 1970, field re- 
search in eastern Ecuador and conference in Jamaica; current research on com- 



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parative perspectives of adaptive strategies of Afro-Americans and Indians and 

Negroes in tropical South America. 

Relevant Publications: Afro-American Anthropology: Contemporary Perspectives 

and several articles and publications in area of specialization. 

Degrees: B.A. Colgate University 

M.A. University of North Carolina 

Ph.D. University of North Carolina 
Language: Spanish 

WIEBE, PAUL D., Assistant Professor, Sociology 
Area: South Asia 

Summer 1966, seminar at East-West Center in Hawaii; 1966-68, field research in 
India; January-September 1970, Center for International Comparative Studies 
grant for research in India; current research on social change in south India. 
Relevant Publications: "Elections in Peddur: Democracy at Work in an Indian 
Town"; "Protestant Missions in India: A Sociological Review"; "Profiles of 
Rural Politics in Mysore." 
Degrees: B.A. Tabor College 

M.A. University of Kansas 

Ph.D. University of Kansas 
Language: Telugu 

WILLIAMS, SHELDON W., Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Area: South Asia 

July 1969 to date, adviser in agricultural economics to Jawaharlal Nehru Agri- 
cultural University, India; current research on marketing phases of coordinated 
soybean research project in India. 
Degrees: B.S. Cornell University 

M.S. University of Vermont 

Ph.D. Cornell University 

WITZ, KLAUS A., Associate Professor, Mathematics 
Area: Western Europe 

Fall 1969, sabbatical leave in Geneva, Switzerland; current research on culture 

and cognition. 

Degrees: B.S. University of North Carolina 

M.A. University of North Carolina 

Ph.D. University of North Carolina 
Languages: French, German, Russian 

WOLFF, ERNST, Associate Professor, Library 
Area: East Asia, Western Europe 

1941-45, study of Japanese language in Chinese schools; 1951-52, editor and 
translator in Hong Kong; 1967, MUCIA grant for library purchase and infor- 
mation trip to Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Okinawa, Hong Kong, and Singapore; 
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Relevant Publications: "Far Eastern History"; "The Kumo Sinhwa and the 
Chien Teng Ksin Hua, A Comparative Study in Style." 

Degrees: Diploma Orientalisches Seminar (Germany) 

LL.B. Humboldt University (Germany) 

M.L.S. University of Washington 

Ph.D. University of Washington 
Languages: Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean 

WOLFOWITZ, JACOB, Professor, Mathematics 
Area: Middle East, Western Europe 

1963 and 1969, special lectures in U.S.S.R.; 1967, taught in Israel and France; 
1967 to date, special lectures in Germany; 1969, taught in Germany; current 
research on mathematic statistics, durability, and information theory. 

Degree: Ph.D. New York University 
Languages: French, German, Russian 

WOODHEAD, RONALD W., Professor, Civil Engineering 
Area: South America, Southwest Pacific 

Study in Australia; November-December 1969, system analysis consultant for 
Centre for Applied Hydrology in Brazil; current research on decision models and 
systems analysis. 

Degrees: B.E. University of Sydney (Australia) 

M.E. University of New South Wales (Australia) 
Language: French 

WOODS, GEORGE T., Professor, Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene and 
Veterinary Research and Extension 
Area: Southwest Pacific 

1954-56, veterinarian and preventive medicine inspector in Okinawa and Ryukyu; 
current research on respiratory diseases of cattle, swine, and man. 

Degrees: D.V.M. Kansas State University 

M.P.H. University of California (Berkeley) 
M.S. Purdue University 

WORTIS, MICHAEL, Associate Professor, Physics 
Area: South Asia, Western Europe 

1964-65, National Science Foundation grant for study and research in France; 
September-December 1965, research and teaching in West Pakistan; January- 
August 1969, research and lecturing in England; current research in solid state 
physics. 

Degrees: B.A. Harvard University 

M.A. Harvard University 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
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WRIGHT, RICHARD N., Professor, Civil Engineering 
Area: Central America, South America 

1967, lecturing at University of Mexico; 1969, lecturing and research at Central 
University of Venezuela; current research on structural analysis, behavior, and 
design methodology. 
Degrees: B.C.E. Syracuse University 

M.C.E. Syracuse University 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Language: Spanish 

YATES, BARBARA A., Associate Professor, History and Philosophy of Educa- 
tion; Associate Director, Office of International Programs and Studies; Director, 
International Programs in Education 
Area: Central Africa 

1956-61, cultural officer, United States Information Agency in Cambodia, Indo- 
nesia, and Congo (Kinshasa); 1961, graduate study at University of Paris, France; 
archival research in Belgium and the Congo on the history of education in 
Belgian Africa under an American Association of University Women Fellowship; 
1969, International Schools Conference in Athens, Greece; 1970, visit to Puerto 
Rico; current research on the history of education in Belgian Africa. 
Relevant Publications: Amission Education and Social Policies in Belgian Africa 
1876-1908 (forthcoming) and several articles in related area. 
Degrees: A.B. University of California (Berkeley) 

M.A. University of California (Berkeley) 

Ph.D. Columbia University 
Language: French 

YEH, KUNG C, Professor, Electrical Engineering 
Area: East Asia 

1966, visiting professor at National Taiwan University; international meetings in 
Japan, Italy, and England; current research on upper atmospheric science in col- 
laboration with University of Auckland, New Zealand. 
Relevant Publications : "Diffusion of Rays in Random Media." 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. Stanford University 

Ph.D. Stanford University 
Language: Chinese 

YEUNG, PATRICK, Assistant Professor, Economics 
Area: East Asia 

1963 to date, research on and lecturing in Hong Kong; summer 1968, research on 
the geometry of international trade; 1968-69, chairman of the University of Illi- 
nois International Business Committee; current research on international eco- 
nomics and on the economy of Hong Kong. 

Relevant Publications: "A Pure Theory of Entrepot Trade" and several other 
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Degrees: B.S. St. Mary's College of California 

M.A. Claremont Graduate School and University Center 
Ph.D. Claremont Graduate School and University Center 

Languages : Cantonese, Chinese 

YOUNG, HAROLD C, Professor, Architecture 
Area: Western Europe 

1967-68, administrator and teacher with University of Illinois Department of 
Architecture Overseas Program in France; currently chairman of the Architecture 
Overseas Program. 
Degree: M.Arch. University of Illinois 

YU, GEORGE T., Professor, Asian Studies and Political Science 
Area: East Africa, East Asia, Western Europe 

1967-70, Center for International Comparative Studies grant for field research in 

East Africa on Chinese-African interaction; 1968, visiting lecturer at University 

College, Kenya; current research on the impact of China upon social change in 

Africa. 

Relevant Publications: "Dragon in the Bush" and other articles in area of 

specialization. 

Degrees: A.B. University of California (Berkeley) 

M.A. University of California (Berkeley) 

Ph.D. University of California (Berkeley) 
Language: Chinese 

ZAGORSKI, EDWARD J., Professor, Art 

Area: Canada, Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Southwest Pacific 

1965-66, Fulbright Fellowship for lecturing and research in New Zealand and 
seminars in Australia; 1966-67, adviser to cultural exchange exhibit in U.S.S.R. 
and lecturer in that country; 1967-69, conferences in Montreal, Canada, and 
London, England; February 1970, conferences in Florence, Italy, and Paris, 
France, and workshop in Toronto, Canada; August 1970, workshop in Montreal, 
Canada; September 1970, workshop in Warsaw, Poland; currently organizing 
programs in design education at an international level. 
Degrees: B.A. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Wisconsin 
Language: French 

ZEIGLER, EARLE F., Professor, Physical Education 
Area: Middle East, Canada, Western Europe 

1949-56, resident of Canada and department head at the University of Western 
Ontario; 1968, First International Conference on the History of Physical Educa- 
tion, Wingate Institute, Israel, and travel in Greece; 1970, research on the history 
of physical education in Germany, Greece, Switzerland, Italy, Yugoslavia, and 
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Relevant Publications: "The Idea of Physical Education in Modern Times" and 
several other articles. 
Degrees: A.B. Bates College 

M.A. Yale University 

Ph.D. Yale University 
Languages: French, German 

ZGUSTA, LADISLAV, Professor, Center for Advanced Study, and Linguistics 
Area: Middle East, Eastern Europe and U.S.S.R., Western Europe 

1956, 1963, field trips to the Caucasus Mountains; 1956 to date, lectures and 
seminars at the Universities of Vienna, Erlangen, Saarbrucken, Cologne, Munster, 
Giessen, Copenhagen, Berlin, Warsaw, Moscow, Leningrad, Bucharest, Florence, 
Naples, Messina, and others, and several congresses in various places; 1952-69, 
head of the department of lexicography of the Oriental Institute, Czechoslovak 
Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czechoslovakia; current research on toponymy of 
Asia Minor and lexicography. 

Relevant Publications : "Die Personennamen griechischer Staedte der noerdlichen 
Schwarzmeerkueste" and other publications in area of specialization. 
Degrees: Ph.D. Charles University (Czechoslovakia) 

Dr.Sc. Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences (Czechoslovakia) 
Languages: Czech, French, German, Italian, Russian 

ZIFF, HOWARD M., Assistant Professor, Journalism 
Area: Western Europe 

1963-64, Ford Foundation grant to examine European reporting techniques; cur- 
rent research on the British press. 
Degree : B.A. Amherst College 
Language: French 

ZIFF, JERROLD, Professor, Art 
Area: Western Europe 

1956-57, Fulbright Fellowship for research in Great Britain and Italy; 1964-65 
and summer 1968, research in Great Britain; current research on English land- 
scape painting. 

Relevant Publications: Several articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: B.A. Occidental College 

M.A. University of Southern California 

Ph.D. Harvard University 
Languages : French, German, Italian 

ZIMMERMAN, VERNON K., Acting Dean, College of Commerce and Busi- 
ness Administration; Professor, Accountancy; Director, Center for International 
Education and Research in Accounting; Associate Director, Office of Inter- 
national Programs and Studies 

Area: North Africa, Western Europe, South America 

1960-61, Fulbright Fellowship as visiting professor at Graduate School of Busi- 



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ness, Vienna, Austria; 1965-66, Guggenheim Fellowship for research in western 
Europe; 1967, Ninth International Accounting Conference and Second Inter- 
national Accounting Education Conference; 1969, business administration survey 
at University of Sao Paulo, Brazil; 1960 to date, various lectures in western 
Europe; current research on comparative international accounting principles and 
international education for business. 

Relevant Publications: Co-author of "Internationalizing the Traditional Business 
Curriculum" and articles on accountancy. 
Degrees: B.S. University of Illinois 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 
Languages: French, German 

ZUIDEMA, REINER T., Associate, Center for Advanced Study; Associate 
Professor, Anthropology 

Area: Southeast Asia, Western Europe, South America 

1953-55, field work in Peru and archival research in Peru and Spain; 1959, field 
work in Spain; 1962, field work and ethnohistorical research in Mexico; 1964-67, 
teaching and field work in Peru; 1968, archival research in Peru; 1970, icono- 
graphic study of art in Peru; current research on social, anthropological, and 
ethnohistorical study of Andean cultures and on social structure and structural 
study of myths and rituals in South America and Southeast Asia. 
Relevant Publications: Cuzco. Un Estudio Arquitectonico de la Ciudad, and 
numerous other publications and articles in area of specialization. 
Degrees: M.S. Leyden University (Netherlands) 

Ph.D. University of Madrid (Spain) 

Ph.D. Leyden University (Netherlands) 
Languages: Dutch, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish 

ZYCH, CHESTER C, Associate Professor, Horticulture 
Area: International 

July 1967, American Society of Horticultural Science Tropical Region meeting 
in Panama; July 1969, American Society of Horticultural Science Tropical Re- 
gion meeting in Colombia; current research on small fruit breeding and genetics. 
Degrees: B.S. University of New Hampshire 

M.S. University of Illinois 

Ph.D. University of Illinois 



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